I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy. My research focuses on post-Kantian German philosophy, with a particular emphasis on Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Schiller and German Romanticism. At present, I am especially interested in questions of aesthetics and knowledge as they surface in the work of these figures. I teach classes on Kant’s ethics, Nietzsche, and a variety of other themes in German and French continental philosophy.
- PH3C2: Kant's Ethical Theory (Term 1)
- PH924: Nietzsche (Term 2)
“Science and Two Kinds of Knowledge: Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, and the Ignorabimus-Streit,” Journal of the History of PhilosophyLink opens in a new window 56:3 (2018): 519–549.
“Nietzsche and Schiller on Aesthetic Semblance,” The MonistLink opens in a new window 102:3 (2019): 331–348.
“Hans Vaihinger,” The Stanford Encyclopedia of PhilosophyLink opens in a new window (Spring 2020 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.).
Review: Forming Humanity: Redeeming the German Bildung Tradition, by Jennifer A. Herdt, Notre Dame Philosophical ReviewsLink opens in a new window (2020).
“Tragedy as a Symbol of Autonomy in Schiller’s Aesthetics,” British Journal of Aesthetics 63:1 (2022): 25–39.
“Schopenhauer’s Theory of Science,” in The Schopenhauerian MindLink opens in a new window, David Bather Woods and Timothy Stoll (eds.), 53–67 (London: Routledge, 2023).
The Schopenhauerian MindLink opens in a new window, co-edited with David Bather Woods. Routledge, 2023.
Office: S2.35 (Social Sciences)