You can also find my research on Google Scholar and PhilPapers.



“Delegated Legislation and the Charter
Canadian Journal of Administrative Law & Practice (2020)

Equity and Homelessness
Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence (2020)

Direct Discrimination and Indirect Discrimination: A Distinction with a Difference
Western Journal of Legal Studies (2019)


Normativity for Alethic-Logical Pluralists
Inquiry (2020)

Logic for Alethic, Logical, and Ontological Pluralists
Pluralisms in Truth and Logic (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)

A Modal Account of Propositions
Dialectica (2017)

Logic for Alethic Pluralists
The Journal of Philosophy (2017)

Can Alethic Pluralists Maintain Compositionality?
The Philosophical Quarterly (2017)

Epistemic Modals and Sensitivity to Contextually-Salient Partitions
Thought (2016)


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 proposed solutions to logical puzzles involving what I call fragmentalism, according to which “true” expresses either distinct concepts or distinct properties.