I’m Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Bard College in the beautiful Hudson Valley of New York. Most of my research and teaching falls within the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of action, with a bit of moral philosophy and philosophy of biology added to the mix.
My research is driven by an interest in the nature and extent of human mental activity, and constraints it might be subjected to from unconscious mental processes, cognitive architecture, and evolutionary history. This inquiry is intended to be both empirically informed and empirically critical and is guided ultimately by concern for the bounds of human responsibility.
You can read more about my work here.