I am an assistant professor in the Princeton Philosophy Department.

My work is in philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, and epistemology. 

 

My Research

I argue that cognitive states have a certain capacity to be rationally revised in response to conflicting evidence, whereas at least some perceptual experiences lack this capacity. Relying on this asymmetry between cognition and perception, I further argue that we sometimes visually perceive social features. For instance, we sometimes visually perceive the intentions of others.

 

Future Research Interests

► the epistemic value of social cognition

► the psychology & epistemology of prejudice