I am an instructional assistant professor (since 2014) of the Liberal Studies program at the University of Houston, a Carnegie-designated Tier-One public research university. I specialize in epistemology and philosophy of mathematics; I am also interested in meta-ethics. My papers have appeared in the Kantian Review, Rethinking Kant (NAKS Series), and in collections of Cambridge University Press, and De Gruyter Publishers. I have taught undergraduate and graduate courses in cognitive science, logic, and ethics, among others. In the last years, I was an academic visitor at the University of Oxford (Trinity Term 2016, 2017), a visiting professor of the Institute Vienna Circle at the University of Vienna (summer term 2015, 2017) and a visiting professor at the University of Bergamo in Italy (summer term 2015). (See my CV)
Kantian Approaches to Normativity. Cambridge University Press: under peer review (edited book).
"On Kantian Intuitions and Mathematics". Proceedings of the 12th International Kant Congress. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018: forthcoming.
"On Kantian Intuitions", in P. Muchnik and O. Thorndike (eds), Rethinking Kant 5. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017: forthcoming.
"Review Essay: Paolo Parrini's The Value of Truth". Kantian Review 20/3, 2015: 467-78.
“Kant and the Neo-Kantians on Mathematics", in N. De Warren and A. Staiti (eds), New Approaches to Neo-Kantianism. Cambridge University Press, 2015: 406-47.