My current research project is a monograph on grace and the corresponding virtue of graciousness. More generally, it is about love.

I wonder why it is so hard to be good. So I also write on akrasia (doing exactly what you know you shouldn't do), hatred (of others, of human beings in general, of oneself), regret, shame, despair and the epistemic impulses.

You may download my c.v. here.


"Grace and Alienation"

Philosophers' Imprint, 20:16 (2020), 1-18.


"Two Problems Posed By the Suffering of Animals"

Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 33: 2 (2019), 324-339).


"The Undesirable and the Adesirable," 

Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Published online 2017.


"Strong-Willed Akrasia,"

Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility IV (2017).


"Boredom and the Divided Mind,"

Res Philosophica, 92:4 (2015) 937-957. (Special Issue on Virtues and the Emotions)

Drafts available upon request:

1. "‘I Love Women’: A Non-Implicit Explanation of Implicit Bias Test Results"

2. "Faultless Self-Wreckage" (abstract)

3. "Love's Resentments" (abstract)