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I'm a Philosophy PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia.
I work primarily in epistemology and ethics, but I'm interested in anything normative.
My dissertation argues for a kind of internalism about epistemic justification according to which the agency of the believer plays an important role in determining what that agent ought to believe.
Motivating this project is the thought that there is something deeply normatively unsatisfying about externalist approaches to justification. I am trying to put my finger on what exactly it is.
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