I'm a lecturer at Princeton University. I work mostly on metaphysics and the philosophy of science. I also spend time thinking about Buddhist philosophy.
My dissertation is about relational possibilities. These are claims that compare or otherwise relate things across worlds. Properly understanding them requires rethinking modality from the ground up. But once we do, we can better understand what science tells us about reality.
When not doing philosophy, I'm generally either spending time with my family or out running somewhere.
You can download my CV or send an email.
(6) How to be a Propositional Contingentist
(5) Multi-Dimensional Quantified Modal Logic
(4) The Distribution Lottery Paradox
(3) The Paradox of Counterfactual Tolerance
(2) Relational Possibility
(1) A New Prospect for Epistemic Aggregation (with Yoaav Issacs)