I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Metropolitan State University of Denver. I received my doctorate in philosophy from Princeton University. I received my undergraduate degree in the liberal arts from Thomas Aquinas College. My dissertation concerns Aristotle’s theory of understanding and its implications for his conception of the human being. I have also recently worked on Aristotle’s conception of continuity and his response to Zeno’s paradoxes. In addition to ancient philosophy, my other research interests include medieval philosophy, where I am interested in medieval theories of causation and cognition, and the philosophy of religion, where I am interested in exploring theories concerning the relationship between divine and human agency and causation.