I think about language, meaning, and knowledge. Specifically, I think about these topics by engaging with classical Indian philosophers as well as contemporary Anglophone (analytic) philosophers.


My full CV is here.

Academic Research

If you are a scholar needing citeable copies of any of my materials for your research and are unable to afford or access them, please email me.

Teaching

Students interested in an independent study with me, please send an email describing the topic and including a list of potential readings.

Current Courses (Sem 1 AY2021-22)

  • Philosophy and Political Thought 1
  • Philosophy Capstone Seminar

Yale-NUS (2015-present)

Philosophy Electives
Common Curriculum
Independent Studies
  • Introduction to Analytic Philosophy of Language
  • Fiction and Fictionalism
  • Sanskrit Language
  • Vasubandhu's Triṃśikā or Thirty Verses (on Consciousness-Only)

Public
Philosophy

Book Reviews

If you are a scholar needing citeable copies of any of my materials for your research and are unable to afford or access them, please email me.

Work In Progress

  • Reason in an Uncertain World: Nyāya Philosophers on Argumentation and Living Well. Oxford University Press. Under Contract.
  • The epistemology of comparison in Kumārila Bhaṭṭa (book)
  • The epistemology of retracted judgments in Bhāṭṭa Mīmāṃsā (paper)

For information about work in progress, email me.