About Me

I am a philosopher working in philosophy of mind and of cognitive science. My work also covers a variety of topics in the history of philosophy, particularly the history and philosophy of logic and mathematics, and 19th century post-Kantian philosophy–especially Hegel and his reception in the United States. 

I am currently completing my dissertation on “Delusions as Imaginings” at the Department of Philosophy at Leipzig University. I am also a research associate at the Leipzig Research Center for Early Childhood Development, and a part-time instructor (primarily for logic) in the Philosophy Department of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Previously, I was a graduate student in the Philosophy Department of the University of Pittsburgh, and a Fellow in Philosophy at Harvard University.