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I teach a broad range of topics across moral philosophy, philosophy of mind and action, and philosophy of psychology/cognitive science. Classes I've taught in recent years include: Selected Topics in Metaethics; Philosophy of Action; The Possibility of Moral Knowledge;  Life and Death; Altruism, Willpower, and Emotion: Advanced Topics in Moral Psychology; Intuitions; Gilbert Ryle,‘The Concept of Mind’; Introduction to Moral Philosophy; Bernard Williams, ‘Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy’; and The Puzzle of Consciousness. (Email me if you'd like to see copies of the syllabi.)

I'm happy to supervise graduate students working on any topic within my areas of interest.

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