epistemology, decision theory
I work mainly in epistemology and decision theory. In my 2020 book Being Rational and Being Right I defended a view about evidence possession and justification according to which your evidence is what you are basically justified in believing (and, therefore, you can have false evidence). This view goes against the two main other proposals currently on offer: Factualism, according to which your evidence is what you know, and Psychologism, according to which your evidence is constituted by (some of) your mental states. My project is to work on the general area of epistemic dispositions. More precisely, I am interested in figuring out the relationship between intrinsic epistemic dispositions (such as the disposition to form rational beliefs given one’s evidence) and extrinsic epistemic dispositions (such as the disposition to form beliefs that would result in knowledge).