Doug is completing a dissertation on soul-body relationships in Plato’s philosophy. In ancient philosophy, he is interested in a wide range of subjects, especially assimilation to God, asceticism and otherworldliness, different interpretative strategies for reading Plato, and Plato’s late philosophy. In contemporary philosophy, he is interested in the epistemology of religion and bioethics. Doug is also a philosophy instructor at Marianopolis College in Westmount, Quebec, where he teaches classes on Plato and Buddhism. Outside of philosophy, he loves biking, running, and hanging out with his dog.
Ancient Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Indian Philosophy