I’m a PhD candidate in philosophy at Harvard University.  I work mainly in the philosophy of (social) science, on topics that intersect with metaphysics, political philosophy, epistemology, and ethics.  My dissertation is concerned with the explanatory role of preferences — both descriptive and normative — in the social sciences.

Other topics that I work on include: causal and non-causal explanation, the ethics of technology, algorithms and fairness, and explanation in economics.