I am a philosopher who specializes in epistemology, philosophy of mind, and metaphysics, with a special focus on David Hume and other figures in the early modern period. My doctoral dissertation, which I defended in June of 2019, concerned Hume’s account of knowledge. For the 2019-2020 academic year, I am a 5+1 Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar in philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. I did my undergraduate work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Recent and Upcoming Talks
April 8th-11th, 2020: I was to present “What Makes Hume an External World Skeptic?” at the Pacific APA in San Francisco, CA. [canceled due to COVID]
April 18th-19th, 2020: I and Michael Rauschenbach were to present “The Burden of Unity: Berkeley Between Hume and Spinoza” at the NYC Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy at Fordham University in New York City, NY. [postponed due to COVID]
June 4th-5th, 2020: I presented “What Makes Hume an External World Skeptic?” at the Western E-vent in Early Modern Philosophy online.
June 10th-12th, 2020: I was to present “Towards Establishing Locke’s General Ontology of Substance Dualism” at the 2020 International Conference of the John Locke Society in Naples, Italy. [postponed due to COVID]
July 6th-10th, 2020: I was to present “Hume’s Incredible Demonstrations” at the 47th International Hume Society Conference in Bogotá, Colombia. [postponed due to COVID]
November 10th, 2020: I will be presenting “Hume Should Deny the Law of Excluded Middle” at the Princeton-Bucharest Virtual Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy.
February 24th-27th, 2021: I will be presenting “Hume Should Deny the Law of Excluded Middle” at the Central APA in New Orleans, LA.
Recent and Upcoming Events
December 5th, 2019: I hosted and moderated a public debate on immigration and citizenship at Notre Dame. Here’s a write-up in the Notre Dame school newspaper The Observer about the event, here is a video of the event on the Notre Dame Philosophy Facebook page, and here are some photos from the event: