I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Co-Director of the Peace & Justice Program at St. Norbert College.
My main philosophical interests are:
(1) social & political philosophy
(2) 19th & 20th Century Continental philosophy
(I am especially interested in the intersection of these two areas.)
My research focuses on surprising and often troubling ways in which our beliefs are shaped by social circumstances and political forces, the extent to which this undermines our justification for holding these beliefs, as well as the consequences of this for our ethical and political theorizing more generally.
You can find out a bit more about me and my work in this APA member interview and this MeaningofLife.tv interview.
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