My research is in the philosophy of language and in ethics, with many vested interests in topics across epistemology, logic, and related areas. I also have strong teaching interests in some areas in the history of philosophy.
Below you will see information about my background and experience in teaching.
Much of my recent work is on generics, especially (1) their place in ethical theory and (2) on the harms that generics can convey and questions about what we can do to mitigate these harms. I am also working on some issues in moral epistemology. You can read more about this, as well as some recent news, below.
I am a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Nevada, Reno. Before coming to UNR, I taught at the University of Sussex and at the University of St Andrews.
I am also a Research Fellow at the Hoffberger Center for Ethical Engagement at the University of Baltimore.
I did my PhD and MLitt in Philosophy in the St Andrews-Stirling Graduate Programme where I was a member of the Arché Philosophical Research Centre for Logic, Language, Metaphysics, and Epistemology. I did my BA in Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin.
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