Visiting Assistant professor
Office: Ladd 213
Phone: (518) 580-8244
- Ph.D. Indiana University
- A.B. Bryn Mawr College
Teaching and Research Interests:
Theory of Knowledge, Chinese Philosophy, Philosophy of Perception, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind.
“Perception and its disorders in early China”, in The Senses and the History of Philosophy, Routledge.
“Agency, Non-action, and Desire in the Laozi”, Journal of Chinese Philosophy.
Works in Progress:
Standards and Reference: Philosophy of Language in Early China (monograph under contract with Bloomsbury)
"Burge, Anti-Individualism, and Perceptual Content"
"Dogmatism, Accepting Correction, and Mental Content"
"Considerations from the 'Greater Selection' in Favor of a Modest Reading of 'Jian Ai'"