Logic for Alethic, Logical, and Ontological Pluralists” (forthcoming)
Pluralisms in Truth and Logic, edited by N. Kellen, N. Pedersen, and J. Wyatt (London: Palgrave Macmillan)

Normativity for Alethic-Logical Pluralists” (forthcoming)

A Modal Account of Propositions” (2017)
Dialectica, 71(4), 463–488

Logic for Alethic Pluralists” (2017)
Journal of Philosophy, 114(6), 277–302

Can Alethic Pluralists Maintain Compositionality?” (2017)
Philosophical Quarterly, 67(268), 625–632

Epistemic Modals and Sensitivity to Contextually-Salient Partitions” (2016)
Thought, 5(2), 134–146


My doctoral thesis, Fragmented Truth, was supervised by Timothy Williamson and Volker Halbach. My examiners were Ofra Magidor and Aaron Cotnoir. In my thesis, I examined logical puzzles involving what I call fragmentalism, according to which “true” expresses either distinct concepts or distinct properties.