I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine. I received my Ph.D. in philosophy from Saint Louis University, where my dissertation was supervised by Eleonore Stump. My research focuses on perennial issues at the intersection of metaphysics and philosophy of mind. I am especially interested in medieval cognitional theory and philosophical anthropology, as well as in contemporary work in these areas, particularly when that work considers the nature of personhood and interpersonal relations. Whenever addressing contemporary issues I like to make use of historical resources, most notably those found in the Aristotelian, Neo-Platonic, and phenomenological traditions.

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