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TOPICS OF INTEREST
Ethics, Logic, Philosophy of Probability, Philosophy of Mathematics
Ph.D. in Philosophy, Brown University (expected 2018)
B.A. in Philosophy (minor in Mathematics), Pomona College
Philosophy Without Belief (forthcoming), Mind.
Fool Me Once: Can Indifference Vindicate Induction? (forthcoming, with Han Li),
Conciliationism and Merely Possible Disagreement (with Han Li), Synthese 193 (9):
A Senseless Conversation THINK 29, vol. 10. Cambridge University Press (Autumn
2011): 9-21, republished in Hacker Monthly 24. Netizens Media (May 2012): 4-9.
Philosophy Without Belief, Society for Skeptical Studies session at the Eastern
Division Meeting, American Philosophical Association, January 2017.
Philosophy Without Belief, Pacific Division Meeting, American Philosophical
Association, April 2016.
Selection and Merely Possible Disagreement, (with Han Li) Eastern Division
Meeting, American Philosophical Association, December 2014.
Selection and Merely Possible Disagreement, (with Han Li) Brown Philosophy
Graduate Forum, December 2014.
Selection and Merely Possible Disagreement, (with Han Li) Princeton-Rutgers
Philosophy Graduate Conference, April 2014.
There Is No Easy Bootstrapping Problem: Against Kelly on Equal Weight,
University of Miami Graduate Conference in Epistemology, January 2014.
Prediction and Accommodation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Graduate Student Philosophy Conference, May 2012.
Comments on James Dreier’s “World-Centered Value,” 10th Annual Mark L.
Shapiro Graduate Student Philosophy Conference at Brown University, November
Comments on Justin Tiehen’s “How to Define the Physical,” Symposium, Pacific
Division Meeting, American Philosophical Association, Vancouver, BC, April 2015.
Comments on Joshua Smart’s “A Dialectical Conception of Philosophy,” (with
Nick Alvarez), The 8th Annual Mark L. Shapiro Graduate Student Philosophy
Conference at Brown University, November 2013.
Comments on Lea Salje’s “Compatibilism about Thought-Insertion,” The 7th
Annual Mark L. Shapiro Graduate Student Philosophy Conference at Brown
University, November 2012.
An Eternity in St. Petersburg, in Jamie Dreier’s Decision Theory class, November
Paradox and Infinity, Brown University Philosophy Departmental Undergraduate
Group, April 2015.
Two Philosophical Contributions of Alan Turing, Brown University Philosophy
Departmental Undergraduate Group, Spring 2015.
Biting the Bayesian Bullet: Jeffrey’s Answer to Zeckhauser’s Problem, in Jamie
Dreier’s Decision Theory class, February 2015.
The Common Now: Callender on Presentism, in Nina Emery’s Philosophy of Time
class, November 2014.
Unacceptable Conclusions: Introduction to Epistemology, taught at Brown
University (Fall 2015) and at Wheaton College (Fall 2016).
Paradoxes & Infinities (grades 7-11), Center for Talented Youth, Bristol RI,
Logic & Paradox (grades 10-12), Brown University School of Professional Studies, (6
times: 1 time Summer 2014, 3 times Summer 2015, 2 times Summer 2016)
Infinity: Foundations and Investigations (grades 10-12), Brown University School
of Professional Studies, (Summer 2016)
Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellowship (Fall 2016)
Brown University Teaching Fellowship (Fall 2015)
American Philosophical Association Graduate Stipend (2 times: April 2016,
Brown Graduate School Conference Travel Grant (5 times: January 2017, April
2016, April 2015, April 2014, December 2014)
W.T. Jones Prize in Philosophy, Pomona College (Spring 2011)
Referee, Synthese, The International Journal of Philosophical Studies
Appointed Member, APA Committee on the Teaching of Philosophy (2016-2019)
Conference Organizer (with Patrick Grafton-Cardwell, Susanna MelkonianAltshuler, Matthew Miller), The Massachusetts-Rhode Island Graduate Philosophy
Conference, April 2016
Conference Organizer (with Nick Alvarez), The 9th Annual Mark L. Shapiro
Graduate Student Philosophy Conference at Brown University, November 2014