About

I am an affiliated lecturer in the philosophy department at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

I work primarily in epistemology. I often describe my work in epistemology as being located at the intersection of epistemology and the philosophy of science, but it also overlaps significantly with philosophy of language and philosophy of logic.

My research encompasses topics such as basic belief-forming methodologies, a priori justification/a priori knowledge, naturalism, and fallibilism. I am currently working on several interrelated projects in metaepistemology, where I develop a non-reductive but naturalistic account of normative epistemic properties. I also have interests in business ethics and applied epistemology, specifically in relation to the financial services industry.