I’m a PhD student in philosophy at Princeton University. I graduated with a B.A. in philosophy from Purdue University in 2022. On the scholarly level, I’ve published lots of articles on metaphysics, philosophy of religion, and philosophy of time. I’ve also authored the books Existential Inertia and Classical Theistic Proofs (Springer, 2023, co-authored with Daniel Linford) and The Majesty of Reason: A Short Guide to Critical Thinking in Philosophy (Kindle Direct Publishing, 2020). On the popular level, I create lecture videos and host discussions on my YouTube channel, Majesty of Reason. I also run a blog by the same name.
My primary research is in metaphysics, philosophy of religion, and philosophy of time. I focus in particular on persistence, infinity and infinitary paradoxes, modality, models of God, and arguments for and against God’s existence.
When I’m not doing philosophy, I’m probably either running, playing soccer, biking, or cuddling with my dog.