I received my PhD in Philosophy from 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 Aristotelian themes in philosophy up to the present. As of Fall 2019 I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. On this page you can learn more about my research, background and teaching.

Papers and projects

Paper: Aristotle on Necessity in Zoology [talk]

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

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

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


Currently teaching: Metaphysics

Currently teaching: Philosophy and Persons

Seminar in Ancient Greek Philosophy

Aristotle on Logic and Science

History of Logical Hylomorphism

About me


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