rhysborchert [at] arizona [dot] edu
I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. I have a wide variety of philosophical interests, including epistemology, decision theory, metaphysics, action theory, philosophy of physics, normativity, well-being, animal ethics, and moral responsibility. My dissertation focuses on foundational issues in epistemology.
Before coming to the University of Arizona, I received a BPhil in philosophy from Oxford University. My BPhil thesis was on the metaphysics of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. Before that, I received a B.S. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Below you can find quick access to my publications. More details on my research are provided on the 'Research' page.
Newcomb, Frustrated (with Jack Spencer), forthcoming in Analysis. [penultimate]
Unspecific Evidence and Normative Theories of Decision, forthcoming in Episteme. [pdf]