I am a graduate student in the History and Philosophy of Science department at the University of Pittsburgh. My interests are chiefly in the philosophy of physics, particularly methodological issues and questions about what the mathematics in our theories tells us about the world. I also have interests in the epistemology of computer simulation, Wittgenstein, and the philosophy of music. For more information, you can look at my CV.
Having been brought up in Disneyland with the Death Penalty, I learned to escape from reality by going for long walks in mountainous terrain. Other recently heavily used means of escape include Thomas Bernhard and Franz Schubert.
Department of HPS
University of Pittsburgh
1017 Cathedral of Learning
Pittsburgh PA 15260