My primary research interests are in the history and philosophy of physics. I’m interested in the mathematical and conceptual foundations of contemporary particle physics; the relationship between classical and quantum field theories; the history of quantum mechanics; and the history of mathematical, metaphysical, and other conceptual precursors to the Scientific Revolution. I have secondary research interests in philosophical logic, especially as applied to moral reasoning.
- Newton (graduate)
- Scientific Reasoning (undergraduate)
Education & Training
- Phd, Philosophy, University of California, Irvine, 2019
- BS, Physics and Theology (Philosophy minor), Fordham University, 2013
(2020) "Could Charge and Mass be Universals?" Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.
(2016) "Whence the Eigenstate-Eigenvalue Link?" Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 55.