I am currently an Associate Professor in Mind & Language at the School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science, University of Leeds. As of Fall 2024, I will be an Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame.
Most of my research so far has been in philosophy of mind, especially degrees of belief and the grounds of intentionality. Because of this, I have interests in measurement theory, functionalism, interpretivism, bounded rationality, and the foundations of probability theory and decision theory. I also have some work on the philosophy of language (especially metasemantics, possible worlds semantics, and two-dimensional semantics) and metaethics (especially analytic naturalism, moral nihilism and thick concepts). My work typically has lots of citations to Frank Ramsey and/or David Lewis.
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University of Leeds page