I am Associate Professor of Philosophy in the philosophy department at New York University. My areas of interest include Kant, early modern philosophy (especially Leibniz), 19th and early 20th century German philosophy, aesthetics, animal ethics, and history of philosophy of science. Before joining my colleagues at NYU, I taught at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Notre Dame. 


The World According to Kant just came out (in February 2021) with OUP. For now, physical copies are available only in continental Europe and the UK. But the digital version is available in the US too. The book is also digitally accessible world-wide through  Oxford Scholarship Online. The US release is scheduled for April 2021.