I did a B.A. at Johns Hopkins (philosophy, cognitive science) and co-founded a tech-politics startup before doing a Ph.D. at Princeton directed by Daniel Garber.
I've taught at Penn Philosophy since 2015, and will be a Teaching Fellow in Penn's groundbreaking Integrated Studies Program starting in August 2017. I have taught courses at Penn on love and sexuality, speech acts and linguistic justice, the philosophy of the social sciences, the philosophy of the natural sciences, and early modern philosophy. I've also taught philosophy & literature at a youth correctional facility in New Jersey.
A book, Spinoza on Becoming Eternal, is taking shape inside my laptop.
For more, check out at my website, plicat.io.