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- Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Chicago
- M.A. in Philosophy, UC Santa Cruz
- B.A. in Philosophy, UC Santa Cruz
- B.A. in Russian and Soviet Studies, UC San Diego
Teaching and Research Interests:
Philosophy of Action, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Wittgenstein
- “Review of Neil Smith (1999). Chomsky: Ideas and Ideals”, Journal of Literary Semantics (Oct. 2000, vol. 29, issue 3, pp. 203-211)
Work in Progress:
- "Why There is No Place for Intention in an Analysis of Intentional Action"
- "What Knowing a Language is Not: Representations and Rule-Following”
- "Two Concepts of Basic Action"
- "'An Arm Rising': the Illusory 'Neutral Component' in Causal Theories of Action"