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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, and a member of the Collaborative Specialization in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (CSAMP).
I work on questions in ethics, epistemology, and action theory through the study of the history of philosophy. I'm particularly interested in the post-Classical tradition in the Arabic-Persian philosophy, 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, Ibn 'Arabī, and Tūsī.
My other name is "Mohammad Reza Karim Hadisi," and I've presented papers under that name, too.