Ph.D., Harvard (2003)


My main research areas are philosophy of mind, philosophy of logic, epistemology, and philosophy of language. Much of my current research investigates the nature of mental representation, often drawing on cognitive science, computability theory, probability theory, and other neighboring disciplines. More specific research topics include: non-propositional mental representation (with cognitive maps as the main case study); the computational theory of mind; foundations of Bayesian decision theory (with a focus on conditional probability and Conditionalization); Bayesian modeling of the mind (especially perception, motor control, and navigation); norms of assertion; the structure of epistemic justification.



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