I'm a second-year PhD student in the philosophy department at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. I'm originally from Nashville, TN. I got my B.A. in Philosophy at the University of Tennessee and my M.A. in Philosophy at Texas Tech. My main interests are in metaethics (esp. the realism/anti-realism debate), metaphysics (esp. time and causation), and analytic philosophy of religion (esp. all of it). Some day, I hope to get into philosophy of sport (yes, such a thing exists), since it represents the fusing of my two favorite things of all time--well, if we're excluding persons. But right now, I know pretty much nothing about philosophy of sport. One day though...one day.
Outside of philosophy, I play some basketball, watch some football, and hang out with my wife, Laura. We live in Madison, WI. Except for the delightfully mild summers and radically cold winters, Wisconsin ain't that much different than the South. People are friendly and they're really into football. What more could you ask for?