My primary areas of research include philosophy of social science, philosophy of history, naturalized epistemology, and topics in the history of analytic philosophy. Most recently, my research and teaching have tended to focus on a clarification of the issues at stake in the Quine-Carnap debates on frameworks. I also find myself puzzling over what philosophers mean by “normativity” (and its cognates).

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