(PERCEPTION) From Percepts to Perceptual Judgements; (PHILOSOPHY OF LOGIC) Peirce's Significance in Philosophy of Logic; (SCIENCE) Scientific inquiry as a self-correcting process; (TRUTH) Peircean Theories of Truth in Contemporary Philosophy

I am an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Ottawa. My research and teaching focusses on the history of analytic philosophy with a particular emphasis on the development of pragmatism from its inception to the present. I am particular interested in the difference among pragmatists and their debates with proponents of the method of logical analysis in analytic philosophy such as Frege, Moore, Russell, and Carnap.