Felix is a Vanier Scholar and PhD candidate with primary research interests in political philosophy, legal philosophy, and ethics. His dissertation investigates reparative justice for historical injustices (such as colonialism, slavery, and genocide). It develops a group-based theory of reparative justice, and defends a broader scope of reparative duties than offered by previous philosophical models. Felix also maintains strong research interests in feminist philosophy, philosophy of race, and social ontology. When not thinking about how to overcome wrongdoings of the past, Felix can be found trying to overcome large mountains with his bicycle or climbing rope.
Ethics, Legal Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy