PhD Candidate in Philosophy, funded by CADRE. Previously, MA in Philosophy of Psychology at King’s College London (Distinction) and BA in Philosophy at Cardiff University (First Class Honours).
My research is at the interface between questions to do with phenomenal consciousness, the nature of perception, and knowledge of the world, from the perspective of the auditory. My thesis argues that auditory perceptual experience is a relation with ordinary, mind-independent, material objects and it defends purely auditory notions of materiality and objectivity.
PH374 Classics of Analytic Philosophy (term 2, 2020)
PH133 Logic (term 3, 2020)
PH136 Logic (term 2, 2019)
PH142 Central Themes in Philosophy (term 1, 2018)
Warwick Organiser of the London-Warwick Mind Forum, 18/19 – present; MAP co-ordinator and seminars’ organiser, 18/19; WMA Assistant, 18/19 – present.