I teach philosophy at Pacific University, just
outside of Portland, Oregon. My primary research area lies at the
intersections of Wittgenstein, Cognitive Science, and human memory.
I have also presented and published work in philosophy of mind,
philosophy of science, and philosophy of education, and I sometimes
dabble in aesthetics, philosophy of mathematics and logic, or ancient
philosophy. I direct an undergraduate philosophy conference at
Pacific every April, and I sometimes lead travel courses to Greece.