Associate Professor of Philosophy
He received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2002. He has been at Binghamton University since 2003. His areas of research and teaching include Buddhist Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Analytic Metaphysics, and Comparative Ethics. His recent publications include "Vaibhasika Metaphoricalism," Philosophy East and West (2005), "The Treasury of Metaphyiscs and the Physical World," The Philosophical Quarterly (2004), and "Resentment and Morality: Buddhism on Moral Responsibility," American Philosophical Quarterly (2002).
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