I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Arizona State University. For the 2019-20 academic year, I will be a Faculty Fellow at The Center for Ethics and Public Affairs which is part of the Murphy Institute at Tulane University.
I'm interested in ethics (especially normative ethics, practical reason, and metaethics), epistemology, and philosophical logic. My research concerns issues at the intersection of these fields.
I can be contacted at gsnair [at] asu [dot] edu.
Before coming to Arizona State, I was at Lingnan University in Hong Kong for two years.
I completed my PhD in philosophy at the University of Southern California. My adviser was Mark Schroeder. Prior to this, I got my undergraduate degree and did a couple years of graduate school at Arizona State University.
I grew up in the Phoenix metro area. Outside of philosophy, most of my time is spent watching basketball and football.