Thesis title: The Cluelessness Argument
I'm interested in "cluelessness" - the idea that we know only a tiny proportion of our actions' total consequences. More specifically, I'm investigating whether cluelessness poses a threat to consequentialism, and how it might affect the decision-making of effective altruists.
Greats: From Plato to the Englightenment (2020)
'Expanding the Situationist Challenge to Reliabilism About Memory' Ninth Annual Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference, May 2019
'Second-Personal Theodicy: Coming to Know Why God Permits Suffering by Coming to Know God Himself'. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion. Forthcoming. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11153-020-09763-x
'Review of Hilary Greaves & Theron Pummer (eds.) Effective Altruism: Philosophical Issues (Oxford: OUP, 2019)' Journal of Moral Philosophy. Forthcoming.