I'm a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at Princeton University since Fall 2020. Before joining the department, I taught at Ithaca College as a visiting assistant professor for two years.
I received my Ph.D in philosophy from Cornell University in 2018. I primarily work on problems in metaethics, philosophy of language and philosophical logic. More specifically, I'm interested in the dynamic and dual nature of language in our normative reasoning, dynamic semantics and various arguments using Moral Twin Earth thought experiments and the notion of disagreement.
My most recent project deals with hepeating and what constitutes discursive harm. Here are my upcoming talks on hepeating and discursive alienation.
Other than doing philosophy, I enjoy watching and playing tennis, and I have been studying machine learning and statistics this semester.