My academic interests primarily lie in Logic and Epistemology (with a broader focus on Contemporary Analytic Philosophy in all forms). I also enjoy topics in Ethics that focus on aiding the disabled, the disenfranchised, and developing economies.
Pursuing Logic and Philosophy of Science comes with a double-edged sword. Firstly, one must refine problems regarding truth, knowledge, verification of experience, and how these inform decision-making in a vacuum — only to then bring these considerations to bear upon the best available models that other fields can offer. Often times, good experimentation takes place without heed to how it can answer every possible question thrown at it (it seems superfluous to demand anything but precision in this regard). So the difference between “Science” and “Philosophy of Science” is that the former “makes it” and the latter “breaks it,” perhaps sometimes even granting insight into how to rectify the problems so exposed.