- Philosophy of Physics
- Philosophy of Science
- PhD, Princeton University
I am currently interested in a collection of questions at the intersection of philosophy of physics, logic, and general philosophy of science: When do two theories "say the same thing"? When does one theory posit "less structure" than another? How should we go about "interpreting" our physical theories?
"Glymour and Quine on Theoretical Equivalence" with Hans Halvorson. The Journal of Philosophical Logic. 45 (5): 467–483 (2016).
"On Einstein Algebras and Relativistic Spacetimes" with Sarita Rosenstock and James Owen Weatherall. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 52: 309–316 (2015).
"Spacetime Structure". Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 51: 37–43 (2015).