Victoria Stelmacovich



Graduate Student


St. George,


  • HBSc, University of Toronto

Victoria discovered philosophy in her first year of undergraduate studies, and knew at that time that she would continue in this discipline. Apart from her primary research interests, Victoria is also interested in social and political philosophy, with a growing interest in metaphysics and continental philosophy.

She is particularly interested in drawing from research in psychology, philosophy of mind, and ethics in order to develop a perspective on the individual, and her social context. Victoria would like to continue to explore these areas in greater depth, and hopes to find new areas of study to expand her philosophic palette.  

In the greater community, Victoria acts as an advocate for increasing the voice of marginalized youth with mental health and/or substance use challenges, and promoting the social justice needs that impact their lives. She is currently the director of a community-based program where youth can find peer support, have access to resources, learn life skills, and develop a resiliency that will allow them to achieve recovery. 
In her spare time, Victoria is passionate about yoga, jazz music, hiking, tennis, equestrian, and travel. 

Research Interests:

Continental Philosophy, Epistemology, Ethics, Philosophy of Mind

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