- BA Hons (Political Science), Memorial University
- MA (Philosophy), Ryerson University
Natalie’s philosophical interests lie in three main areas: philosophy of mind, phenomenology, and political philosophy. Her research focuses on self-knowledge, the formulation and justification of our beliefs, and the social, ethical, and political implications of belief formation. She is interested in accounts of self-knowledge and the metaphysics/ontology of the self that emerges from both the analytic and continental traditions. She is pursuing her PhD at U of T. Outside of philosophy, Natalie enjoys dancing, and cooking for her family and friends.
Phenomenology, Philosophy of Mind, Political Philosophy