I am currently a postdoctoral research associate at the Princeton University Center for Human Values. I specialize in theoretical and applied ethics, moral psychology, philosophy of emotion and agency. In 2018, I begin my new appointment as Assistant Professor of Philosophy at UC San Diego.
Broadly speaking, I am interested in puzzles at the intersection of ethics and human emotion. Most of my recent work concerns the nature and ethics of emotional attachment. I have published in the areas of philosophy of emotion, applied ethics, and history of philosophy.
At Princeton, I currently teach an undergraduate bioethics seminar entitled “Ethics and Pathologies of Attachment.” In previous appointments, I taught undergraduate courses in ethics, critical thinking, philosophy of law, philosophy of emotion, and Asian philosophy.
- UC San Diego Philosophy
- Princeton University Center for Human Values
- American Philosophical Association
- University of Michigan Alumni
- Western Michigan University Alumni
- UC Riverside Alumni
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