David Etlin           


I work in knowledge representation and reasoning, decision theory, and natural language semantics.
I have done research on vagueness and intransitivity of preferences, conditionals and modals, and the relation between desires and beliefs about goodness. 

I did my undergraduate studies at the University of Chicago, earned a PhD in philosophy from MIT, and held research postdocs in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany.

The Problem of Noncounterfactual Conditionals, Philosophy of Science (2009) v. 76 n. 5: 676-688.