Current and Upcoming Courses

In the fall of 2022, I'm co-teaching (with Ken Winkler) a joint undergraduate/graduate seminar called "Mind in Modern Philosophy." The course is offered through the Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning's Associates in Teaching Program, a competitive program that allows graduate students to teach a course with a faculty mentor. The course will consider early modern and contemporary approaches to three themes in the philosophy of mind: the metaphysics of mind, personal identity, and perception. Here's a provisional syllabus.

In the spring of 2023, I'll be a teaching fellow for an introductory ethics course taught by Shelly Kagan. In the summer of 2023, I'll teach a course a course called "Perception, Illusion, and Hallucination," which is an introduction to the philosophy of perception.

Past Courses

Teaching Fellow, Life (Shelly Kagan), fall 2020

Teaching Fellow, Introduction to Modern Philosophy (Keith DeRose), spring 2021