Note: I am on teaching leave until Fall 2019
Graduate | Graduate Department, University of Toronto
Most recently (2017), I co-taught (with Imogen Dickie) a seminar on the Philosophy of Communication. In 2015, I taught a seminar titled How to Think about Linguistic Meaning, on foundational conceptual/methodological issues in linguistic theorizing. I have also taught graduate seminars on Expressivism, the semantics of Conditionals, and themes from Naming and Necessity.
Undergraduate | University of Toronto, Mississauga
My undergraduate teaching interests range from logic and the philosophy of language to epistemology and ethics. My recent teaching has included:
- Probability and Inductive Logic (246)
- Puzzles and Paradoxes (258)
- Epistemology (333)
- Mathematical Logic (345)
- Philosophy of Language (350)
- Seminar on "Problematic" Language (451)
I have also taught large sections of Intro (105) and Critical Reasoning (145). While at the University of Michigan, I taught courses on Moral Philosophy and the Philosophy of Religion.