My research investigates the ways that agency bears on practical rationality, epistemology, and morality. I pursue these topics by examining interrelations between three different dimensions of agency: the role of the body in agency, the ways that agency is manifested in our mental capacities, and social dimensions of agency. My research cuts across the philosophy of action, epistemology, the philosophy of mind, ancient Greek philosophy, ethics, and political philosophy. The primary aim of my current work is to develop an account of social unfreedom as lying in corrupted forms of social agency.