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I am a lecturer in Philosophy at the University of York. Prior to coming to York, I received my PhD from Princeton University (2012), where I wrote a dissertation on Consequentialism and Fittingness. I held a postdoc in medical ethics at the University of Pennsylvania in 2012-13, and from 2013-14 was an assistant professor in Philosophy at Bowling Green.
I have published articles in journals including Noûs, Philosophical Quarterly, and Philosophical Studies, and was (co-)awarded the RoME 2013 Young Ethicist Prize.
My primary research interests are in Consequentialism and non-naturalist normative realism. Secondary interests - typically explored on my blog - span from applied ethics (eg the harm of death, duties of beneficence, and resource allocation) to epistemology (eg peer disagreement, higher-order evidence, and the a priori) to metaphysics (eg p-zombies, anti-haecceitism, personal identity, and the nature of time).