My research is focused upon field confusions. Research that upsets a paradigm is more important than works that have a prestructured direction. This is especially true in fields that are not real sciences. Nowhere more than in the field of politics is there a need not to conform. My work relies heavily upon the influence of Ludwig Wittgenstein. I incorporate much of his influence into legal theory, qualitative methods, critical thinking and even the way I teach.
I published a book in 2013 (The Flexible Constitution). My second book is coming out at the end of this year (2018), titled New Critical Reasoning: What Wittgenstein Offered. My third book will be about the Supreme Court and political ideology.