I am a philosopher who works mainly on topics mainly in metaphysics, epistemology, and philosophy of language. Most of my published papers have been on truth, and I also recently wrote a book called Properties (Polity Press, 2014). You can find out more about my research (along with other things) by clicking the links on the left. If you'd like to read my published work, versions of my published papers are available in the Papers section.
At the moment I am working on two books on truth: a monograph, The Metaphysics of Truth, under contract with Oxford University Press; and Truth: A Contemporary Reader, under contract with Bloomsbury Press. These books are scheduled for publication in 2017/8. You can find out more about my published and forthcoming books on properties and truth in the Books section.
I currently work in the Philosophy Department at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, where I teach courses on the nature and value of truth, life and death, objects and properties, ancient philosophy, and contemporary philosophy. I came to Hamilton in 2014, and previously worked at the University of Aberdeen and University College Dublin, after doing my PhD at the University of St Andrews.