I'm a PhD Candidate in Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.
My primary areas of interest are epistemology, action theory, and ethics. My research focuses on the nature and normative dimensions of deliberative belief formation. In my dissertation, I argue for the possibility of forming beliefs intentionally and draw on this argument to provide a novel account of epistemic responsibility. I'm also interested in theories of practical reason and value, the philosophy of religion, and medieval philosophy.
I'm committed to making philosophy publicly accessible and relevant, and in my teaching and educational projects I emphasize innovative course design, practical relevance, intellectual formation, and classroom transparency.
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