I’m a philosopher specializing in the philosophy of mind, cognitive science, and epistemology, with an emphasis on perception.
I'm currently a PhD candidate in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis. I founded and help run my department's Mind and Perception Group, which hosts several outside speakers each semester. Starting in October 2021, I'll be a postdoctoral researcher in the Psyphas Program in Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Haifa.
My curriculum vitae: [PDF]
Recent and Upcoming Events
"The Function of Functional Division", University of Haifa Cognitive Science Department (May 26, 2021)
"A Fresh Look at the Two Visual Streams, and How to Stop Worrying About Zombies" , Washington University in St. Louis Philosophy Department (April 29, 2021)
"Degree Encroachment," Notre Dame/Northwestern Epistemology Conference (April 9, 2021)
"Degree Encroachment," University of Missouri-St. Louis (April 7, 2021)
"The Function of Functional Division," Antwerp Centre for Philosophical Psychology (March 18, 2021)
"The Function of Functional Division," WashU's WIP Series (February 12, 2021)
"Degree Encroachment," Arché Grad Conference, St. Andrews (February 4-5, 2021)
"Degree Encroachment," Symposium at the 2021 Eastern APA (January 15, 2021)
"Responsibility and Epistemic Downgrade of Perception," Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology (Dec. 3-5, 2020)