I interviewed Kevin Zollman for the December issue of The Reasoner – check it out here! You can also find information about some upcoming events of possible interest by viewing my “Recent Posts” to the right of the screen.
I am an analytic philosopher with interdisciplinary interests in economics and psychology; my primary interest is normative rationality, especially in the context of decision-making. I earned my Ph.D. from the Philosophy Department at Carnegie Mellon University and in 2017 I began working on the Knowledge and Decision project at the University of Hamburg. My personal interests include nature, cycling, travel, cooking, and brewing beer.
You can view my academic CV here.
Department of Philosophy
University of Hamburg