Casey Woodling is a lecturer in philosophy at Coastal Carolina University. He received an MA (2006) and a PhD (2011) in philosophy from the University of Florida. In between those two degrees, he was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar, where his primary job was teaching English at the high school in the village of Ambatofinandrahana. His areas of specialization are philosophy of mind and epistemology. Dr. Woodling’s research centers on intentionality, internalism and externalism in mind and language, and self-knowledge.