I teach courses in a range of areas including the philosophy of language, metaphysics and epistemology, logic, and the history of 20th-Century analytic philosophy.
My office at Hunter College is 1446HW. During Fall 2017, my office hours are on Mondays and Thursdays, 4:15–5:00, or by appointment. To arrange to meet with me, send me an email.
Here is a list of courses I've taught recently, including links to syllabi and course websites. (Note that some of the websites are password-protected.)
Intention and Acts of Meaning | website
(Graduate Seminar with Stephen Neale)
PHILO 380.81: Bertrand Russell | website
PHILO 101: Introduction to Philosophy | syllabus.
PHILO 103: Logic and Critical Thinking | syllabus.