I'm a Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the College of William & Mary, in Williamsburg, VA. I did my Ph.D. in Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan.
My primary research areas are metaphysics, political philosophy, and the history of philosophy.
I've taught graduate and undergraduate metaphysics. I regularly teach courses on the philosophy of freedom and the meaning of life, as well as logic and critical thinking. I've also taught ethics (theoretical, meta-, and applied), philosophy of mind, philosophy of technology, and various introductory surveys, both contemporary and historical.