My areas of teaching and research are primarily logic and formal philosophy. At NC State, I teach LOG 201, LOG 435 and PHIL 210. My current research is mainly focused on non-classical logic in the context of semantic paradoxes.
“Binary Kripke Semantics for a Strong Logic for Naive Truth”, The Review of Symbolic Logic, 2020
B.A. Philosophy, Politics and Economics University of Oxford 2015
Ph.D. Philosophy University of Notre Dame 2020