I'm a lecturer of philosophy at Boston University, where I recently completed my PhD under the supervision of Daniel O. Dahlstrom.
My research focuses on issues bridging ethical theory, philosophy of mind and emotion, and the history of post-Kantian European thought. My recent work draws upon converging insights from early phenomenology and recent cognitive science in order to advance a perceptualist form of moral realism. See more about my research.
In addition to my research and teaching in philosophy, I'm also a Writing Fellow in the Boston University Writing Program, where I design and teach interdisciplinary philosophy courses for first-year students. I have a background in educational theory and instructional design, and I have special interests in the applications of philosophical method to writing pedagogy. See more about my teaching.