Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
His research interests include classical German philosophy, Marxism, Rawls, Habermas, philosophy of economics, game theory and theories of rational decision.
Teaches courses in ethics, social and political philosophy, classical German philosophy and Marxism.
"Classical German Philosophy and Cohen's Critique of Rawls" European Journal of Philosophy 11/3: 314-353 (December 2003)
"Game Theory and Rational Decision" Erkenntnis 47/3: 379-410 (1998)
"Marx's Inverted World" Topoi 15/2: 177-188 (September 1996)
"Socialism as Attitude" in Equal Shares: Making Market Socialism Work E.O. Wright (ed.), London and New York: Verso (1996)
"Reification as Dependence on Extrinsic Information" Synthese 109/3: 361-399 (1996)