Department of Philosophy
Faculty of Humanities
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem
Areas of Specialization
Ethics, Philosophy of Mind
Areas of Competence
Epistemology, Metaphysics, Political Philosophy
Lecturer (Tenure Track), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2016-Present
Visiting Scholar, Cornell University (NEH Summer Institute), Summer 2016
Teaching Assistant, Syracuse University, 2013-2016
Teaching Assistant, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2009-2013
Teaching Assisant, Cleveland State University, 2007-2009
2016 Syracuse University, Ph.D. (Philosophy).
Dissertation: Seeing Right from Wrong
Advisor: David Sobel
2013 University of Nebraska-Lincoln, M.A. (Philosophy).
Advisor: David Sobel
2009 Cleveland State University, M.A. (Philosophy).
Advisor: Diane Steinberg
2007 University of Iowa, B.A.
Which Moral Properties are Eligible for Perceptual Awareness?, Journal of Moral Philosophy, forthcoming.
An epistemic argument for liberalism about perceptual content, Philosophical Psychology, forthcoming.
Moral Perception Without (Prior) Moral Knowledge, Journal of Moral Philosophy, 15(2):164-181.
A Posteriori Ethical Intuitionism and the Problem of Cognitive Penetrability, European Journal of Philosophy, forthcoming.
Moral Perception and the Contents of Experience, Journal of Moral Philosophy, 13(3):294-317. 2016.
Character (alone) Doesn't Count: Phenomenal Character and Narrow Intentional Content, American Philosophical Quarterly, 52(3):261-272. 2015.
Self-Ownership and non-culpable proviso violations, Politics, Philosophy and Economics, Vol.14(1):67-83. February 2015.
Seemings: still dispositions to believe, Synthese, Vol.191(8):1761-1774. May 2014.
"Voting as Signaling: A Defense of Spoiler Voting" (co-authored with W. Scott Looney)
Canadian Society for the Study of Practical Ethics, Annual Meeting, 2017
"Can We Be Criticized for Our Emotional Responses?"
Seton Hall University, 2016
"A Defense of Obligations to Learn" (co-authored with Teresa Bruno)
Joint Meeting of the South Carolina Society for Philosophy and North Carolina Philosophical Society, 2016
"Normative Asymmetry and Non-Naturalist Epistemology"
Central European University Summer Seminar on Moral Epistemology, 2014
"Comments on 'Utilitarianism, Intuitions, Rationality and Neuroscience', by Rosalind Abdool & Patricia Marino"
American Philosophical Association, 2014 Central Division Meeting
"Does Phenomenal Character Determine Intentional Content?"
American Philosophical Association, 2013 Central Division Meeting
Commentator: Esa Diaz-Leon
"Modal Semantics for Stage Theorists", 3/2012
2012 UT-Austin Graduate Conference in Philosophy
Commentator: Casey Woolwine
"Nozick's Tracking Theory and the Problem of Neural Malfunction", 3/2009
5th Annual University of Iowa Graduate Philosophical Society Conference
Commentator: Kristopher Philips
"Explanation in Ethics and Mathematics, ed. Uri Leibowitz & Neil Sinclair"
Philosophy of Percpetion, 2017 (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Moral Epistemology, 2016-2017 (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Metaethics, Fall 2016 (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Theories of Knowledge and Reality [Introductory Metaphysics and Epistemology], Summer 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 (Syracuse University)
Philosophy for 8th Graders (Co-taught), Spring 2014 (Southside Academy Charter School, Syracuse, NY)
Introduction to Philosophy, Summer 2012 (University of Nebraska)
Philosophy and Contemporary Issues, Summer 2011 (University of Nebraska)
As Teaching Assistant
Logic (Syracuse), Spring 2015
Theories of Knowledge and Reality (Syracuse), Fall 2014
Ethics in the Media Professions (Syracuse), Spring 2014
Human Nature (Syracuse), Fall 2013
Philosophy and Contemporary Issues (Nebraska), Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Spring 2012
Introduction to Philosophy (Nebraska), Fall 2011
Introduction to Logic (Cleveland State), Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Fall 2008, Spring 2009
As Guest Lecturer
"Occupy Wall Street and Political Philosophy", Invited Lecture to Adam Thompson's class on Philosophy and Contemporary Issues (Nebraska), Spring 2012
Research Grant, The Israel Science Foundation, 2017-2020, "Moral Perception: How It Works and Why It Matters"
Certificate for completion of NEH Summer Institute on Presupposition and Perception, Summer 2016 (Cornell University)
Certificate in Moral Epistemology, Summer Seminar on Moral Epistemogy, Summer 2014
Summer Research Grant, Syracuse University, 2014
Departmental Travel Grant, Syracuse University, Summer 2014
Hinman Fellowship in Philosophy, University of Nebraska, Spring 2013
Departmental Travel Grant, University of Nebraska, Spring 2012
Centennial Fellowship, University of Nebraska, 2009-2010
Referee, Australasian Journal of Philosophy
Referee, Journal of Moral Philosophy
Submission Referee, Graduate Student Conference, 2015 (Syracuse)
Coordinator, Syracuse Graduate Working Papers, 2013-2014 (Syracuse)
Coach, Undergraduate Ethics Bowl Team, 2012-2013 (University of Nebraska)
Graduate Student Liaison, Department of Philosophy, 2012-2013 (Nebraska)
Coordinator, Graduate Student Research Colloquia, 2012-2013 (Nebraska)
American Philosophical Association
American Association of Philosophy Teachers