I am a graduate student in the Philosophy Department at Duke University. I am also a graduate affiliate of the Moral Attitudes and Decision-Making Lab (MAD Lab) and the Rethinking Regulation network, both housed in the Kenan Institute for Ethics.
My areas of speciality are political philosophy and ethics. My dissertation advances a framework for thinking about political disagreements that is informed by social epistemology and psychology. In doing so, I wrestle with questions about ideal theory, feasibility, and realism in political philosophy.