About Me

I’m a Postdoctoral Research Associate and Lecturer for the Department of Philosophy at Princeton University, where I work in the Princeton Project in Philosophy and Religion with Andrew Chignell and Lara Buchak. Currently, I am also a Periodic Visitor in philosophy at the Institute for Advanced Study. I earned my Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins in 2020 under the guidance of Eckart Förster.

I research Kant, Hegel, and the German Idealist tradition, as well as ethics, epistemology, and religion broadly construed.  Most recently, I’ve been curious about resonances between Fichte’s religious thought and the Tibetan Yogācāra tradition of Buddhism.

For full PDFs of my published papers, click on the titles of my papers after you go here.

To get an idea of research projects and questions that keep me up at night, this is the link you’re looking for.

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