Before moving to my current job, I wrote a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Fordham University in New York City. I continue to write, present, and publish philosophy, so interested readers can find links to my philosophical work here. (Note: sometimes I link pre-publication versions for copyright reasons. Please consult the official published piece for citation purposes.)
- (with Samuel Kampa), “Aristotle’s Trope Theory,” History of Philosophy Quarterly, forthcoming.
- “How Unicity Theorists Can Recover the Elements From Material Substances,” Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, forthcoming.
- “Why Paraphrase Nihilism Fails,” Synthese, 193 (2016), 2619-2632.
- “Strange Bedfellows? Common Ground on the Moral Status Question,” Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 41 (2016): 130-147.
- “The Infinitely Iterated Labyrinth: Conceivability and Higher-Order Knowledge,” Journal of the American Philosophical Association, 1 (2015): 509-516.
Reviews, Reference Works
- (with Andrew M. Bailey), “Contemporary Hylomorphism,” Oxford Bibliographies Online, ed. Duncan Pritchard.
- Review of David Svoboda, Aquinas on One and Many, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2015.