- BA, University of Toronto
- MA, University of Toronto (IHPST)
Cassandra is a PhD student in the Department of Philosophy. Her primary research focuses on embodied, situated, and enactive approaches to the philosophy of mind and cognitive science. She is particularly interested in how these approaches can help shed light on consciousness and intentionality. In addition to her primary interests, Cassandra is also interested in the philosophy of science broadly, and especially as it relates to questions concerning scientific naturalism and the place of the mind in the natural world.
For more information, visit Cassandra’s personal website.