I am currently a graduate student in the philosophy department at Princeton University. I specialize in Kant and 19th Century German philosophy. I am especially interested in the philosophy of science and philosophy of art during this period. I also have strong interests in Early Modern Philosophy (especially Leibniz and Spinoza), Ancient Philosophy, and Contemporary Aesthetics.
My dissertation, "Semblance and Authenticity: Nietzsche on the Use and Misuse of Illusion," provides a new interpretation of Nietzsche's views on the nature and value of illusion. I focus especially on his theory of art and the influence of Weimar Classicism on his aesthetic position. For more information please see my Dissertation Summary.
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