About Me

I am currently a visiting assistant professor at Washington & Lee University.  I received my Ph.D. in Philosophy from University of Rochester on Dec 31st, 2021. 

My main area of research is in ethics. My work primarily focuses on the epistemic condition of blameworthiness and its implications for the blameworthiness of non-ideal agents. I am currently thinking about whether certain limitations of non-ideal agents and their environments (such as scientific illiteracy, underdeveloped critical thinking skills, echo chambers, and propaganda in media) have revisionary implications for our practice of blame. I also have current research interests in questions about i) the relationship between moral reasons and internalist accounts of epistemic justification, ii) the demandingness of moral theories, and iii) experimental philosophy as it relates to judgments of mitigated blame responses.