I am a PhD candidate in philosophy at NYU. My advisors are David Chalmers, Cian Dorr and Michael Strevens. Before coming to NYU, I did my undergraduate degree in philosophy at the Hebrew University. Next year I'll be a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at Rutgers. Starting Fall 2025, I'll be an assistant professor of philosophy at MIT.  

I work in philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, metaphysics and epistemology. In my dissertation, I'm developing a new causal-historical view of mental content, and argue for this view on the basis of the explanatory and rationalizing role of content. I also write about the asymmetry of metaphysical determination, the nature of vehicles of representation, and the connection between truth and different epistemic notions, such as justification and (higher-order) evidence. You can read more on some of that here

When I was on the job market, it was useful to have examples of the relevant documents to model mine after. Since those are not that easy to come by, I'm sharing mine here. (Reviews have been mixed.)