Duncan McCallum

Duncan McCallum, 150w


Graduate Student


St. George,


Duncan is a master’s student whose research primarily centers around Scholastic philosophy in the medieval and early modern periods. As an undergraduate he wrote his honours thesis on Francisco Suárez and his theory of distinctions. While most of his research focuses on the history of philosophy, Duncan also has interests in areas of contemporary philosophy like the philosophy of religion and metaphysics. Outside of philosophy, he has interests in theology, liturgical music, Baroque art, and board games.

Research Interests:

Medieval Philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Ancient Philosophy, Metaphysics