I'm a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Philosophy Department at Rhodes College. Before that I was a Junior Faculty Fellow at the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics at Georgetown University. I received my Ph.D. in philosophy in 2020 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where I defended my dissertation "Intellectual Courage in the Face of Intractable Moral Disagreement".
I'm interested in ethics, epistemology, PPE, and analytic philosophy of religion.
My research is unified by, and a response to, the nagging thought that we might be wrong about everything we think is important. I've written about whether the existence of widespread moral and political disagreement discredits our views about those topics, whether morality is invented or discovered, arguments for and against moral nihilism, existential risk, the epistemology of political partisanship, and the nature of intellectual courage.