Honours B.A. (Hons), M.A. University of Toronto.
I am a former stand-up comic, Linux Systems administrator, and short order cook.
My interest in the Philosophy of Cognitive Science concerns the manner in which we both understand and create meanings, how we encode them, how we decode them, and how we communicate them effectively. Past publications include such diverse subjects as Forensic Semiotics, Linguistic Anthropology and Semiotics which attempt to understand how it is that we understand ourselves and our surroundings using interdisciplinary methodologies but from a philosophical lens. I am interested in how we reconcile our internal sensorium with what we perceive as the outside world, and then how we in turn create meaning and fields of meaning for others.
PhD Student IHPST University of Toronto My interest in the Philosophy of Cognitive Science concerns the way in which create meaning or meanings, how we understand these meanings. How do we encode them, how do we communicate them and how do we we decode these meanings effectively.