I'm assistant professor of philosophy at Concordia University in Irvine.
I work in ethics, emotion, and the philosophy of religion. Currently, I'm writing a book on the axiology of theism and the re-enchantment of the world (God, World & Value, Routledge).
My research is focused on three areas:
I. The ways God's existence would or would not make our lives go better.
II. Human rights and their grounding.
III. Emotions and their epistemic value.
I earned my PhD from the University of Pittsburgh under Edouard Machery, John McDowell, Karl Schafer, Jim Woodward, and Crispin Wright. Before that, I earned my MA from NYU under David Velleman.