My research has been supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), the Jackman Humanities Institute at the University of Toronto (JHI), and the Center for Humanities at Temple University (CHAT). In 2010 I received the SSHRC Post-Doctoral Prize, and in 2013 I received the Wilfrid Sellars Essay Prize from the North American Kant Society.
I work in ethics and the history of ethics, with a focus on Kantian and post-Kantian Continental traditions. Some general topics I'm interested in include practical reason, agency, motivation, skepticism, and normativity. A general goal of mine is to create a two-way conversation between philosophy and its history.
Recent articles of mine have appeared or are forthcoming in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, the European Journal of Philosophy, and the Journal of the History of Philosophy. For more information, see my PhilPapers and Academia.edu profile pages.