Who I am
I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Economics at the University of Queensland. My current position, supervised by John Quiggin and L. A. Paul, is funded by the ARC grant "Epistemically feasible choice: implications for sustainable risk management", which investigates the implications of transformative experience for normative theories of choice. I received my PhD in Philosophy from the University of California, Davis under the supervision of G. Aldo Antonelli (1962-2015), Hanti Lin, and Branden Fitelson.
What I do
While I have broad philosophical interests, the core questions that drive my research relate to the rational requirements governing belief and choice with a particular focus on their temporal dimensions. I have methodologically naturalist sympathies and often find it fruitful to rely on formal tools from logic and probability theory in my work.
What's on this site
A summary of my employment and educational history along with contact information can be found in Info. You can learn more about my research and current projects in Research. An overview of my teaching experience and related documents are available in Teaching. If you want the full run-down on my professional activities, see my CV, but if you'd rather learn more about me as a real person (cf. philosopher), go to Misc.