Most of my research is in metaethics, but I also have strong interests in social philosophy and the philosophy of mind.

The unifying thread of my research is an interest in how metaphysical debates about the nature of ethical, social, and phenomenal properties can be obscured or illuminated by our views, often unstated, about the concepts we use to think about such properties. I also have an enduring interest with respect to philosophical anarchism in political philosophy. Issues involving contextualism in the philosophy of language also crop up across much of my work, too.