I studied philosophy at the University of Illinois at Chicago and at Brown University. Since then I've worked for Texas Tech University, Fordham University, the University of Edinburgh, the University of New Mexico, and Washington University in St. Louis. I received the Rutgers Young Epistemologist Prize (in 2007) and my research on Intellectual Virtue and the Good Life was supported by an Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK) Early Career Fellowship (in 2013 and 2014). I am the author of two books: A Luxury of the Understanding: On the Value of True Belief (Oxford University Press, 2013) and A Critical Introduction to Skepticism (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014). I am currently working on a book about desire and a book about authenticity.
Here is my 100-word account of Thomas Keller's lamb bacon.
Here I am being interviewed on the South Dakota State University Ethics Lab podcast.
Here are some videos of me talking about philosophy:
- "Intellectual Trust and the Marketplace of Ideas," Collège de France, September 2017.
- "The Guise of the Good and the Problem of Partiality," University of Missouri, January 2016.
Here are some introductory lectures on testimony: