Back when I wrote my article on the Sleeping Beauty problem for 1000-Word Philosophy, I had to cut a chunk of the article that dealt with Dutch Book arguments against thirders because I was running up against that hard 1,000-word limit. Unlike most scraps of my writing I have had to cut from a longer … More Dutch Book Arguments on 1000-Word Philosophy
Mind Bubble has seriously grown since the last time I shared an update on this website back in 2018; in our last semester of 2019, we broke attendance records for both our Sunday and Wednesday tutoring sessions, and our workshops in 2020 have both been so highly in demand that we’ve had to waitlist students! … More Mind Bubble in 2020
I recently wrote a (very) short introduction to the Sleeping Beauty problem for the website 1000-Word Philosophy (link here). In an age of excellent free online philosophy resources like the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 1000-Word Philosophy is unique in that it offers extremely short and novice-accessible introductions to a … More Sleeping Beauty on 1000-Word Philosophy
I’m pleased to announce that my short story “God-Forsaken” is anotherealm.com’s short story for August 2018. You can read the short story online for free here. It’s my longest fiction publication to date, but that was true of each of my previously published short stories as well at the time they were published. Enjoy!
The kind folks at Analog Science Fiction and Fact invited me to participate in an author Q&A for my recent short story “Preface to the Handbook of Social Treatments for Conceptual Allergies”, which has now been published here. If you’re interested in learning more about how my story came to be or what I was reading a … More Author Q&A for Analog
I’m excited to announce that my short story “Preface to The Handbook of Social Treatments for Conceptual Allergies” has been published in the July/August 2018 volume of Analog Magazine as part of their “Probability Zero” series! It’s a short piece, but I had a lot of fun writing it and playing with the idea of using academic literature … More New Short Story in ANALOG
A few weeks ago, after Mind Bubble’s Spring 2017 tutoring wrapped up, I turned my attention to summer workshop planning. I’d wanted to run a middle school philosophy workshop since our workshops program began, so I decided to run an epistemology workshop on 5/19 (this past weekend). The closest I’d ever come to teaching pre-college … More Mind Bubble’s Philosophy Workshop and Thoughts on Pre-College Philosophy