Current Research 

In a series of papers in progress, I argue that believers aren't to be understood as "aiming at the truth" in their believing, or aiming at anything else, for that matter; so we can't make sense of rational requirements on belief as instrumental constraints on our pursuit of epistemic goodies. I try to imagine the kind of epistemology that emerges when we accept this fact, and show how it illuminates disputes about epistemic agency, epistemic responsibility, and practical reasons for belief.

Works in Progress

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Published Works