Daniel Greco

Department of Philosophy
Yale University
P.O. Box 208306
New Haven, CT 06520-8306

dlgreco - at - gmail.com
curriculum vitae



I am an assistant professor in the philosophy department at Yale. I completed my PhD in philosophy at MIT in 2012. Before that, I was an undergraduate at Princeton, and an MPhil student at Cambridge
I work mainly in epistemology, though I have secondary interests in the philosophy of science, metaethics, and the philosophy of mind, especially as they relate to epistemology.

Research

Journal Articles

Contributions to Edited Volumes

    Reviews

    Teaching

    At Yale:

    • Social Epistemology, Fall 2018
    • Moral and Epistemic Dilemmas, Spring 2017
    • Topics in Epistemology, Fall 2014
    • Problems of Philosophy, Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2018
    • Philosophy of Science, Spring 2014, Spring 2017
    • Directed Studies, Spring 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2018
    • First-Year Seminar (With Stephen Darwall), Fall 2013

    At NYU

    • Philosophy of Religion
    • Minds and Machines

    Selected Presentations

  • TBA
    • University of Glasgow, Workshop on Evidence and Knowledge, March 2019
    • University of Frankfurt, Keynote Speaker at Goethe Epistemology Meeting, May 2019
    • National University of Singapore, Epistemology Workshop, August 2019
  • Excuses and Justifications in Epistemology
    • Shandong University, USC/Shandong Conference on Ethics and Epistemology, May 2018
    • Oxford University, Foundations of Epistemology Conference, May 2018
    • MIT, MITing of the Minds Conference, February 2018
    • University of Michigan, Philosophy Colloquium, January 2018
  • Fragmented Belief and Knowledge
    • Ohio State University Philosophy Colloquium, November 2016
    • Epistemic Indexing Workshop, University of Saint Andrews, September 2016
    • Keynote Address, Second Fragmentation Workshop, University of Graz, May 2016
  • On the Very Idea of an Epistemic Dilemma
    • University of British Columbia, Vancouver Summer Philosophy Conference, July 2017
    • University of Pittsburgh Philosophy Colloquium, March 2017
    • APA Central Division, Symposium, March 2016
    • UT Austin, October 2015
    • Rice University, September 2015
  • Safety, Iteration, and Explanation
    • APA Central Division, Symposium February 2015
    • MIT, October 2014
  • Cognitive Mobile Homes
    • Current Topics in Epistemology Seminar, Rutgers University, November 2014
    • Colloquium, University of Edinburgh, June 2014
  • Iteration and Fragmentation
    • APA Eastern Division, Symposium, 2013
    • Rutgers Epistemology Conference, May 2013
    • University of Birmingham, November 2012
    • University of Leeds, November 2012
  • Could KK Be OK?
    • Oxford University, November 2012
    • University of Saint Andrews, November 2012
  • The Impossibliity of Skepticism
    • Barnard College/Columbia University, February 2012
    • Yale University, January 2012
    • New York University, January 2012
    • University of Southern California, January 2012
    • Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference, July 2010 (Under title: "Skepticism, Belief, and the Impossiblity of Agnosticism.")
  • Probability and Prodigality
    • MATTI Presentation Series at MIT, November 2010
    • Probability Reading Group at ANU, August 2010 (Under Title: "Acting on Knowledge.")
  • Significance Testing in Theory and Practice
    • Formal Epistemology Workshop, June 2009
    • Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science Graduate Conference in Philosophy of Probability, June 2009