Visiting Scholar University of Pittsburgh, 2018
MA Philosophy, Dalhousie University, 2010
BA (Honours, First Class) Philosophy, University of Calgary, 2009
I work on pragmatist approaches to intentionality, meaning, and normativity, animated by the question of the place of mind and agency in the natural world. My dissertation argues that such a pragmatist view must avoid a problem which is, roughly, a naturalistic and pragmatist analogue of Descartes' interaction problem, except between 'meaning' and 'habit' instead of between mind-stuff and body-stuff. I also work on Kant and Hegel, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and, in general, the intersections between German Idealism, pragmatism, and analytic philosophy.
Areas of Research
|Course number||Course title||Semester|
|PHIL 399.23||Topics in Philosophy: Artificial Intelligence||Spring 2023|
- Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship, SSHRC. 2015
- Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement, SSHRC. 2017
- Graduate Student Essay Award, UCalgary Department of Philosophy. 2020
- In Carl Sachs, ed., _Interpreting Sellars: Critical Essays_ (Cambridge University Press, 2023).
- Inquiry. (2020)
- Inquiry. (2019)
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