LaTeX for Students

If you are a student who wants to learn how to use LaTeX (which is what I use to make my fancy-schmancy handouts), I have compiled a list of resources for getting started here. I also wrote guides on how to write proofs in LaTeX and on how to make cool diagrams.

Writing Philosophy Papers

Writing a Philosophy Paper: Dos and Don’ts
Checklist for Writing a Good Philosophy Paper

Short Introductory Handouts

Handout on Logic
Handout on Bayesian Epistemology


  • Spring 2023: Topics in Metaphysics: Conceptual Engineering
  • Spring 2023: Modal Logic
  • Fall 2022: Epistemology
  • Fall 2022: Puzzles & Paradoxes
  • Fall 2021: Deductive Logic
  • Fall 2021: Introduction to Metaphysics
  • Spring 2021: Topics in Metaphysics: Taking Metaphysics to the Next Level [syllabus]
  • Spring 2021: Introduction to Deductive Logic [syllabus]
  • Fall 2020: Modal Logic [syllabus]
  • Fall 2020: Puzzles & Paradoxes [syllabus]
  • Spring 2020: Topics in Philosophy of Language: Counterfactuals (co-taught with Will Starr)
  • Spring 2020: Puzzles & Paradoxes
  • Fall 2019: Introduction to Metaphysics [syllabus]
  • Fall 2019: Modal Logic [syllabus]
  • Spring 2019: Puzzles and Paradoxes [syllabus]
  • Fall 2018: Topics in Metaphysics: Modal Metaphysics [syllabus]
  • Fall 2018: Introduction to Logic [syllabus]