• Allegheny College
    Department of Philosophy And Religious Studies
    Visiting Assistant Professor
Syracuse University
Department of Philosophy
PhD, 2005
Neason Hill, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Areas of Specialization
Metaphysics and Epistemology
  • Counting as a Type of Measuring
    Philosophers' Imprint 16. 2016.
    There may be two and a half bagels on the table. When there are two and a half, it is false that there are exactly two. As obvious as these claims are, they can’t be accounted for on the most straightforward and familiar views of counting and the semantics of number words. I develop a view on which counting is a type of measuring. In particular, counting involves a specific measure function. I then analyze that function and show how it can account for the cases in which counting is sensitive to …Read more