I am an Associate Professor in the philosophy department at State University of New York at Fredonia. My primary research interests are in epistemology, ethics, metaphysics, and philosophy of language. I also do some work in philosophy of religion and meta-ethics. Perhaps the best characterization of my research areas would be LEMMing. I received my Ph.D. from University of Rochester in May 2006. The title of my dissertation was Foundational Moral Knowledge.
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This site also has a blog called Wide Scope. The content will range over my philosophical interests and other stuff that I find interesting. It will probably mostly be me throwing up half-baked philosophical ideas to test the waters for further development.
I’m also the technology associate for our Professional Development Center. Part of what I do for them is play around with cool tech stuff and figure out if there are any useful research or teaching applications. If I find something, I tell people about it. So, in addition to philosophy, you might see some blog posts about education technology.
In the Teaching and Research tabs above you’ll find all of my professional information. In the Resources tab you’ll also find some tools that I resources that I have put together that hope philosophers will find useful.