I received my PhD in philosophy from the University of California, Irvine and currently teach at Fordham University. My research has a primarily phenomenological orientation. Phenomenology – or, the systematic study of consciousness as it is experienced from the first-person perspective – is a historical tradition in 20th Century European philosophy and a contemporary research program that intersects with fields like philosophy of mind, cognitive science, and moral psychology. More recently, both my research and teaching have turned to issues in philosophy of technology such as cognitive enhancement and the ethics of algorithms. I also have a…

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