My work is in the philosophy of language and mind. I focus on foundational issues in the theory of meaning and content, such as normativity, objectivity, and the nature of rule-following. In my dissertation, Semantic Scepticism and the Possibility of Meaning, I revisit the challenge posed by the meaning sceptic, and attempt to address it by appealing to Donald Davidson’s later writings. I received my PhD from York University (Toronto) and my BA from the University of Bucharest.
University of ChicagoThe Society of FellowsHarper-Schmidt Fellow & Collegiate Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
Chicago, Illinois, United States of America