I am a graduate student in philosophy at Rutgers University. My primary areas of research are philosophy of language, semantics, and formal epistemology.  My dissertation explores the applications and the limits of dynamic semantics for conditionals, epistemic modals, and vagueness. Before coming to Rutgers, I received my BA in philosophy from Yale.

I'm originally from Chicago, I'm an amateur pianist, and my wife runs the food blog Cardamom and Tea, so I also spend a lot of time eating Middle Eastern food.

You can contact me at simon.d.goldstein at gmail dot com.