I am a grad student at The University of Colorado in Boulder. I study philosophy and cognitive science. I am most interested in the social and cognitive domains of psychology and neuroscience as well as philosophy of science, philosophy of mind, experimental philosophy, and metaphilosophy. My ancillary interests are metaphysics, epistemology, and logic. Some recent work in progress includes experimental philosophy comparing some cognitive differences both within philosophers and between philosophers and non-philosophers, a 7.5 million word philosophy text corpus for computational philosophy of language, and a Western philosophy anthology eBook for middle school and high school students.
I look forward to completing a PhD, teaching, conducting experimental research, and broadening my academic horizons in general. When I am not working towards these goals I enjoy running, hiking, soccer, ultimate frisbee, reading, drinking tea, traveling, and spending time with my wonderful wife.