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I earned my Ph.D. from the University of Texas. I earned my M.A. at King's College, London, in the U.K. I did my undergraduate work at University of York, also in the UK.
I specialize in ethics, metaphysics, and philosophy of action. I am also interested in philosophy of mind. I have published on the topics of free will, moral responsibility, and applied ethics.
Recent, representative publications
- Libertarian Free Will: Contemporary Debates (editor) (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014).
- "Deterministic Frankfurt cases," Synthese, 191 (2014): 3847-3864.
- "The timing objection to the Frankfurt cases," Erkenntnis, 78 (2013): 1011-1023.
- "Capes on the W-defense," Philosophia, 41 (2013): 555-566.
- "The ethics of marketing to vulnerable populations," (with Trevor Hedberg), Journal of Business Ethics, 116 (2013): 403-413.
- "Pereboom on the Frankfurt cases," Philosophical Studies, 153 (2011): 261-272.
- "On Mele and Robb's indeterministic Frankfurt-style case," (with Carl Ginet), Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 80 (2010): 440-446.
- "New distinctions, same troubles: a reply to Haji and McKenna," Journal of Philosophy, 102 (2005): 474-482.