David Etlin           



I am a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Northeastern University. I earned my PhD in philosophy at MIT, have taught at several universities in the Boston area, and held postdocs in Europe.

My research is mostly on rationality and philosophy of language. I work on vagueness and intransitivity of preferences, conditionals and modals, and the relation between desires and beliefs about goodness.

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