I received my Ph.D. from the Department of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. My dissertation was written under the supervision of Robert Audi and Ted Warfield. I completed my BA in philosophy at Kansas State University.
My primary research is in epistemology, much of it falling at the intersection between formal and traditional epistemology. Recently, my research has focused on the relationship between belief and credence. I defend and explore implications of dualism about belief and credence. Dualism is the view that we have both beliefs and credences, and neither attitude is reducible to the other. My interests in epistemology also include epistemic permissivism, pragmatic and moral encroachment, and other issues in social epistemology.
My secondary research interests are in philosophy of mind, specifically the nature of belief, and philosophy of religion, specifically Pascal’s Wager and the nature of faith. I have further interest in decision theory, ethics and normativity, and metaphysics.
My non-philosophical interests include sports (especially basketball), traveling, avocados, coffee, weight lifting, cooking, and podcasts.
“Epistemic Paternalism, Epistemic Permissivism, and Standpoint Epistemology” (ANU, Sept. 2019)
“On the Independence of Belief and Credence” (ANU, Oct. 2019)
“Some Considerations Against Epistemic Paternalism” (Michigan State, Oct. 2019)
“Religious Experience and Faith” (Valparaiso University, Oct. 2019)
“Belief, Credence, and Graspability: Why Credences Are Not Beliefs” (ACU, Nov. 2019)
TBD (Ryerson, Dec. 2019)
“Belief, Credence, and Graspability: Why Credences Are Not Beliefs” (Central APA, Feb. 2020)
“Faith, Hope, and Justification” (Cologne, May 2020)
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