I am most recently affiliated with the Department of Philosophy at San Francisco State University, where I wrote and defended a thesis on the concept of intuition in the work of Immanuel Kant. My CV.

I am preparing for doctoral study, intending to explore the philosophical relationships between Kant, Wilfrid Sellars, and Edmund Husserl. After that, I plan to teach and study professionally. I enjoy learning, reading, writing, talking, and music, among much else.


2018. “Imagining Hospitality.” In/Versions. Winter 2018. 35-40.

Conference Presentations

“On the Synthesis of Kantian Intuitions in Debates About Nonconceptual Content.” Presentations: SDSU Philosophy and Representation Conference (2018), 16th Annual SJSU Philosophy Department Alumni Conference (2018)

“Response to Kyle Scott’s ‘Nonideal Theory as Ideology’.” Berkeley-Stanford-Davis Graduate Conference (2018)

“Insignificant Incidents: Pessoa’s The Education of the Stoic and Sorrentino’s La Grande Belleza.” Presentations: 46th Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 (2018)

“Artfully Formed Laws for Harmonious Civic Life: A Problem for Contemporary Peripatetics.” Presentations: 69th Northwest Philosophy Conference (2017)

“Absurdly Insignificant Incidents: The Suicidal Tendencies of Fernando Pessoa’s Baron of Teive.” Presentations: 2nd Portuguese Congress of Philosophy (2016), NeMLA Annual Meeting (2017)

“Alison Assiter and Kierkegaard on Love and the State.” Presentations: Atmospheres Humanities Symposium (2016), Rights and Wrongs: A Constitution Day Conference (2016), HERA Annual Meeting (2017)

“Ego Sum Veritas: The Kierkegaardian God-Man.” Presentations: 19th Annual Pacific University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference (2015)

I am sporadically involved in a variety of more aesthetic activities.

I briefly wrote a bimonthly column for the online journal TERSE., called Outlying the Avenues. A non-fiction (and very introspective) short story of mine titled “Tenure” was published in Transfer Magazine, Issue No. 112, and a free-form poem titled “What if… I’m Just Done?” was published in Bolt Magazine, Issue No. 3.

I am very slowly writing a classic tetralogy and a modern novel, and have quite a few unpublished poems lying around.