- BSc, University of Victoria (Biology and Psychology)
- MA, Western University (Philosophy)
Greg Horne is a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholar and PhD candidate. He is of European settler ancestry and was raised as an uninvited guest on Blackfoot, Tsuu T’ina, and Assiniboine territories in Alberta and Saskatchewan. His doctoral research is on panpsychism – the ancient view, resurging today, that consciousness is a fundamental and widespread property of nature – and particularly whether it can be made consistent with contemporary physics. He is also concerned with the political, moral, and ecological implications of different conceptions of the mind and the natural world.
Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, Social and Political Philosophy