Necessary and Sufficient Conditions

In this Wireless Philosophy video, a Yale University philosopher discusses one of the most basic tools in the philosophers’s tool kit: the distinction between necessary and sufficient conditions. Through the use of ordinary language glosses and plenty of examples this mighty distinction is brought down to earth and presented in a ready-to-use fashion.

Term Law Clerk at United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit

Employment
Term Law Clerk at United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Education
Doctor of Law (JD) at Yale Law School  (2015 – 2018)
Doctor of Philosophy – Ph.D. Philosophy at Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (2009 – 2015)
Bachelor of Arts – BA Philosophy at University of California San Diego (2006 – 2009)