I am an Associate Professor in the Philosophy Department of the University of Oklahoma. I received my PhD in philosophy from the University of North Carolina in 1995. I work almost exclusively in the area of epistemology, though my philosophical interests range more widely, especially into the philosophy of science, value theory and ethics.
"Two Problems of Easy Credit," Synthese 169, 2009.
“Luck, Knowledge, and Control,” forthcoming in Epistemic Value, A. Haddock, A. Millar, & D. H. Pritchard, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
“The Value Turn in Epistemology,” forthcoming in New Waves in Epistemology, Duncan Pritchard & Vincent Hendricks, eds. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)
“Why Epistemologists Are So Down on Their Luck,” Synthese 158, November 2007, 329-344.
“Balancing our Epistemic Goals,”Noûs 37 (2), June 2003.
“Beyond Truth and Falsehood: The Real Value of Knowing that P,” Philosophical Studies 107 (1), 2002, 87-108.
“Reliability and the Value of Knowledge,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64 (1), January 2002, 79-96.