Current teaching

In 2014-15 I have been on leave from teaching, funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to write a book about reasons in epistemology.  For most of fall 2015 I will be on a parental leave to spend time with my newborn son.  

At the end of the fall 2015 semester, I will teach a condensed graduate seminar focusing on self-other asymmetries in philosophy.  This course will meet twice weekly, and  focus on overlapping topics in ethics, action theory, epistemology, perception, the philosophy of language, and the theory of the emotions.

In spring 2016 I am slated to teach Phil 503, the intensive first-year graduate introduction to topics in ethics, and Phil 340, the upper-division undergraduate ethics course, which is also a gateway course for the philosophy major.  I last co-taught Phil 340 in spring 2013 with Sam Shpall.