I am a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Institut für Philosophie at the University of Leipzig. I received my PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Chicago in 2019. My research focuses on Ancient Greek Philosophy, in particular Aristotle's epistemology and philosophy of science in the Posterior Analytics. I also have an interest in the history and philosophy of logic, and Aristotle's place in the history of philosophy more broadly. On this page you can learn more about my research, background and teaching.

Papers and projects

Dissertation: Aristotle on the necessity of what we know. [abstract]

Paper: Term Kinds and the Formality of Aristotelian Modal Logic. [pdf]

Paper: The Way Past the Stripping Argument in Hegel and Aristotle. [pdf]


Recent course: Introductory Logic

Recent course: Knowledge in Plato's Dialogues

Sample syllabus: The Ethics of Tragedy

About me