My PhD in Philosophy with a Certificate in Cognitive Science is from Rutgers University. I joined the faculty at San Francisco State University in the summer of 2009, and I am currently Professor of Philosophy. My research focuses on the intersection between philosophy of mind, epistemology and cognitive science. For an overview of my research, here is my interview with Richard Marshall at 3:16. Among more recent activities, I am a Faculty member of the 2021 Diverse Intelligences Summer Institute.

My book "Minding Time: A Philosophical and Theoretical Approach to the Psychology of Time" offers an account of time perception that takes into consideration the scientific findings on psychological time-keeping mechanisms and simultaneity windows. It also argues that time perception is analog. NDPR Review. Brill Site.

I co-wrote a book, with H. H. Haladjian, on consciousness and attention, with MIT Press: Consciousness, Attention, and Conscious Attention; This is a review of the book in NDPR.

I co-authored a book, with Abrol Fairweather, on the nature of epistemic agency, epistemic abilities and attention, with Cambridge University Press. Here is a review of: Knowledge, Dexterity, and Attention.

A recently co-edited volume on issues in quantum mechanics and philosophy of mind, with Acacio de Barros, has been published by Synthese. It includes a Foreword by Roger Penrose : Quanta and Mind.

Once upon a time, I obtained a JD (Law Degree) from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. My thesis, on human rights, was published by Porrúa, and was reviewed here (in Spanish).