- BSc, University of Toronto (Engineering Science)
Robert is primarily interested in epistemology, metaphysics, and logic, along with their applications to cognitive science. He is particularly fascinated by computational theories of the mind and ultimately hopes to understand in what sense formal systems (such as computer programs) can be said to have knowledge and intentionality. Robert is also broadly curious about the history of philosophy, especially topics related to the development of logic and continental philosophy, along with ethics. Outside of philosophy, you can find him working on one of his many computer-programming side projects, playing the guitar, or spending time in nature.
Epistemology, History of Philosophy, Logic, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science