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Pittsburgh, PA 15260
My research interests are primarily in epistemology and related areas. Recently, I've worked on symmetry principles for the imprecise bayesian, the relationship between full and graded beliefs, and arguments for infallibilism. I'm also interested in the history of analytic philosophy, especially Kant, Frege and Wittgenstein. A question I struggle with is whether or not Frege would, or could, accuse Kant of psychologizing logic.
I joined Pitt in 2014, and before that completed a BA in philosophy at the University of Chicago. Outside of philosophy I enjoy cooking (especially Indian fusions) and slowly learning to play jazz bass.