I'm an associate professor of philosophy and the director of the minor in religious studies at Illinois State University. I earned my PhD from Fordham University

I specialize in epistemology, moral responsibility, free will, and philosophy of religion. I have published articles on reflective luck, cognitive agency, epistemic justification, Buddhist philosophy, Molinism, and other topics. 

My research often explores what it means to be a person. As I understand it, the concept of a person identifies those features of ourselves (as human beings) that we think are most important but also most problematic. In this sense, my research explores not only persons, but also the delicate underbelly of personhood.                                        



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