I am interested in the philosophy of science, the philosophy of physics, and the philosophy of mathematics, particularly in relation to foundational questions arising in relativity and quantum mechanics, and looking especially to the accounts of knowledge and reality that they motivate.
Much of my research has focused on the foundations of the theories of Newton and Einstein, with one eye on the accounts of space, time, matter, motion, and causality that they motivate, and another on their significance for the theory of theories. All of these interests, though motivated by concerns peculiar to the exact sciences, form part of a broader interest in the analysis and revision of our fundamental concepts and the place of this task in philosophy in general.
For more information about my research and for a list of publications, see my website.
2018-present Associate Member, Faculty of Philosophy, Oxford
2017-2018 Lecturer in Philosophy, Somerville College, Oxford
2015-2017 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Bristol
2015-2017 Cross-appointed as Teaching Associate and Examiner, Department of Physics, Bristol
2013-2015 SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Bristol
2013 PhD, University of Western Ontario