- BA, University of Toronto
- MSc, University of Edinburgh
Caitlin is particularly interested in issues surrounding social cognition, especially questions concerning the socio-cognitive capacities of non-human animals and pre-verbal infants. Her approach this area by making use of the tools of phenomenology, in particular, those offered by Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty.
Caitlin is also interested in metaphysics and epistemology. She is predominantly interested in Kant, but also concerned with questions of how we understand and conceptualize the world and objects in it, as well as Truth, normativity, and objectivity.
In her non-philosophical life, Caitlin enjoys cooking, gardening, board games, and kickboxing.
Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Mind