Against Philosophical Proofs Against Common Sense. Analysis (2021). (with Louis Doulas)

Drafts (comments welcome!)

[On the theoretical virtues of metaphysical infinitism]

[On the perceptual justification of persistence claims]


“Phenomenology-based quantifier variance”: Second Austrian Summer School in Phenomenology (September 2022)

“Perceiving persistence conditions”: Georgia Philosophical Society (June 2022), Eastern APA (upcoming)

“Acquaintability and ordinary ontology”: Columbia-NYU Graduate Conference in Philosophy (April 2022)

“Attention and cognitive phenomenology”: Morven Retreat for the UVA Philosophy Department (September 2021), Tennessee Philosophical Association (November 2021)

“Vagueness is unitary”: Graduate Philosophy Conference at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (April 2021)

“Ordinary objects are a priori-ty”: Mark L. Shapiro Graduate Philosophy Conference at Brown University (March 2021)

“Against Philosophical Proofs Against Common Sense”: Florida Philosophical Association (February 2021, with Louis Doulas)

“The functional conception of laws”: Mathematical and Numerical Inspirations in Philosophy at Stanford University (April 2020), Wisconsin Philosophical Association (August 2020), South Carolina Society for Philosophy (April 2021)