Juan S. Piñeros Glasscock
My main interests are in philosophy of action, moral psychology, and epistemology. My dissertation explores connections between the notions of action, knowledge, and authority. But I have interests in a broad range of philosophical issues, including ethics, philosophy of language, philosophy of law, metaphysics, ancient philosophy (especially Aristotle), and the history of analytic philosophy (especially Frege and Wittgenstein). In my spare time I like to play strategic board-games, cooking, reading detective novels and Latin Boom literature, and playing soccer, tennis, and hacky-sack.