I am a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Arizona. I completed my MA in Philosophy at Tufts in 2014. I am primarily interested in the philosophy of science and the philosophy of mind. My dissertation offers a novel account of non-fundamental ontology based on real patterns and strongly informed by data science. I am also actively involved in empirical research on moral psychology, and have worked as a research assistant for Shaun Nichols and Liane Young. Concurrent with my PhD, I am pursuing an MS in Information with an emphasis on data science, and I have worked as a research assistant to Christopher Hamilton, applying deep neu…

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