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I'm a "problems and puzzles philosopher" in academia and a "design activist" on the street.


Welcome to my digital space. 

I am a philosophy professor, teaching at Norwich University in Vermont. I completed my PhD at University of Southern California in 2007 under the tutelage of James Van Cleve and Janet Levin. I took my Masters degree at University of St. Andrews in Scotland and Bachelors in Philosophy at University of Washington.

I mainly do scholarly research on early modern theories of sensory perception and sometimes I apply these insights to the urban arts, like street art and skateboarding. I enjoy teaching these and other philosophical ideas immensely. I am very blessed to get paid to do what I love to do.

I have four children with my wife Lisa Glenney: Ivan (14), Levi (12), Axel (10), and Vera (8). I have wonderfully supportive friends that I get to work with. Most of my projects are inspired and made better by their amazing abilities and efforts.



Some selected accolades