Toni entered the doctoral program in Religion (Religion, Ethics and Politics) in 2015. He hopes to do work at the intersection of Augustine’s thought and contemporary philosophy. His specific research interests include: the nature of normative judgments, how agents become better judges of and responders to value, and the ways in which normativity obtains in various domains (esp. moral, religious, aesthetic, but also legal and political).
Prior to starting at Princeton, he received an M.AR. in Ethics from Yale Divinity School and an B.A. in Religion from Princeton University.