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Teaching Assistant Professor
Core Faculty, Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program

215A Caldwell Hall

Erik joined the Department in summer 2021. He obtained his PhD from Princeton University and his BA from Queen’s University in Canada.

Erik’s primary research interests are in normative ethics and practical normativity, including the ethics of interpersonal trade-offs, the ethics of risk-impositions, promissory obligations, the nature of practical reasons, and the structure of normativity.

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