Professor of Philosophy
Jeff came to Notre Dame in 2006, after teaching for three years at McGill University. He received his PhD from Princeton in 2003, and works mainly in the philosophy of mind and philosophy of language.
“The Schmidentity Strategy,” forthcoming in Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Language.
“Propositions as Cambridge properties,” Routledge Handbook of Propositions (Routledge, 2022), ed. Chris Tillman.
“Cognitive acts and the unity of the proposition,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 98:4 (2020), 646-660
- "The Greatest Possible Being", Oxford University Press (2018).