I am a Ph.D. student in philosophy at the University of California, San Diego. My current research involves issues in moral psychology, especially questions about moral responsibility, agency, and the reactive attitudes.

My other research interests include epistemology, philosophical methodology, and experimental philosophy.

With Dana Nelkin, Samuel Rickless, Craig McKenzie, and Arseny Ryazanov, I'm part of an interdisciplinary group at UCSD working on The Psychological and Philosophical Foundations of Probabilistic Moral Principles.

Previously, I finished an M.Phil. program at Lingnan University of Hong Kong. Before that, I completed a B.A. at Renmin University of China in Beijing.

I can be contacted at tiw159@ucsd.edu.