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Research

In my dissertation, “Self-Interest and Well-Being,” I argue that a full understanding of your well-being, which describes what is ultimately good or bad for you, needs to directly track what is ultimately good or bad for others as well.

In my published research thus far, I have explored the importance of being recognized as a person and the dangers of value capture in bioethics, AI ethics, pedagogy, political philosophy, and philanthropy.

Peer-Reviewed
Publications

Public Philosophy

Work in Progress

Manuscripts

  • Paper on Grief and Posthumous Harm​

  • Paper on Justice and Love​

  • Paper on AI and the Future of Work​

Conferencing

  • Paper on Vice and Status Signaling

  • ​Paper on Intelligence and Wisdom

  • Paper on Alternatives to Democracy

Drafting

  • How to Think About Values
    (more info here!)

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