I am a soon-to-be PhD in the Department of Philosophy at the University of California Santa Barbara, as well as the Co-Director of the Demographics in Philosophy Project.
To learn more about my work with the Demographics in Philosophy Project, visit this page.
To learn more about my philosophical work, visit this Research page. I work in moral philosophy — moral assessment in particular.
My research in moral theory unifies apparently contradictory evaluations by constructing the conceptual backbone for a novel moral framework, which relies on distinctions widening the realm of possible moral evaluations available to moral judges. Despite the many puzzles in moral theory with no apparent unified solution, I argue that solving one puzzle need not preclude providing satisfactory solutions to another, even when those puzzles stem from apparent tensions between contradicting moral frameworks, such as those between consequentialism and deontology or between proponents of absolute duties and pro tanto duties.
Feel free to take a look at my CV