I am an Assistant Professor at the Philosophy Department at the University of Miami. I work mainly in philosophy of mind and epistemology. But I am also interested in the philosophy of language, certain areas of philosophy of science and phenomenology. Currently, my work focusses on the nature and epistemology of imagination, the nature and epistemology of reasoning, issues in a priori justification, and philosophical methodology. In general, I believe that philosophy can be done from the armchair, but that philosophical enquiry is much more like scientific enquiry than most people think. Another focus of my work is the intentional nature of mental states and questions about mental content. Before coming to Miami, I was Co-Director of the Emmy Noether Research Group "Understanding and the A Priori" at the University of Konstanz.