My most recent academic position was as a postdoc at the University of Southern Denmark in the Department of Philosophy and the Department for the Study of Culture, as part of the Scientific Testimony in a Diverse Society project, from 2019-2021.
My research is primarily in social epistemology. I am interested in investigating what we can and cannot learn from one another via testimony, what it means to have understanding, and whether groups can know and understand things. I also have research interests in early analytic philosophy, and especially the work of the great American pragmatist C.S. Peirce.
Some additional places to find me:
- My talk as part of the 2020 Social (Distance) Epistemology Series, on “Endorsement as Online Group Assertion” can be viewed here.
- In 2017 I took part in the Young Philosopher’s Lecture Series. You can see my interview here, and my talk “How Can I Convince You That You Should Care About Other People?” here.
- I am also an Ethics in the News analyst at The Prindle Post.
I am no longer in academia and won’t be updating this website anymore. For my recent work in public philosophy you can go to my website here, or find me in any of the following places: