I am a philosopher at Michigan State University. I earned my PhD in philosophy at Boston University in 2012. After graduating, I taught at Boston University and worked as an organizer for the Center for Philosophy & History of Science. In 2014, I came to Michigan State, where I now work as a teaching professor with the rank of Academic Specialist.
I regularly teach courses on logic, paradoxes, causation, free will, and the history of modern philosophy. However, I also continue to research and publish articles on early modern metaphysics, focusing on the philosophical systems of Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677) and Anne Finch Conway (1631-1679).
Philosophy is surprising, frustrating, and endlessly wonderful.