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I'm an Assistant Professor in Philosophy and the Center for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto, St. George Campus. I'm also an Associate Faculty Member in the School of Graduate Studies.
I work on questions in ethics, epistemology, and action theory through the study of the history of philosophy. I'm particularly interested in the Medieval Arabic and Persian tradition and Kant. I have worked extensively on Kant's conception of epistemic norms and normativity. Currently, I'm working on a large project about theories of imagination as the source of moral knowledge and virtue by drawing from the writings of al-Ghazālī, Suhrawardī, and Ibn 'Arabi.
My other name is "Mohammad Reza Karim Hadisi," and I've presented papers under that name, too.