Paul Blaschko

Graduate Associate

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Paul is a fifth year Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. His primary areas of interest are epistemology and ethics, and he is writing a dissertation on the nature and normative dimensions of epistemic responsibility.

Paul's research interests are in the epistemic normativity, theories of practical and theoretical agency, the epistemology of action (especially the nature of practical knowledge), self-knowledge of belief and intention, and doxastic voluntarism. He is also interested in social epistemology and aesthetics.

In addition to these main areas, Paul enjoys teaching the history of philosophy (especially ancient and medieval philosophy), philosophy of religion and religious epistemology, and political philosophy broadly construed.