I have taught at the University of Washington since 2012, first as an Acting Assistant Professor, and now as a Lecturer (from 2016 forward). I teach across the curriculum: History of Philosophy -- 17th & 18th c., and 20th c. (sorry, 19th c.!) -- Ethics, Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Science, Logic, and Practical Reasoning. Before teaching at UW, I taught History of Modern, Epistemology, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, and Philosophy and the Good Life at Haverford College and the University of Pennsylvania (where I got my PhD).

My research is mainly in the history of philosophy and philosophy of science…

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