I am a Canadian philosopher with interests in the philosophy of mind and language, broadly construed. I am especially interested in how the meaning we find and make in language extends more basic bodily modes of sensemaking in perception, action, and preverbal communication. My approach to these topics is pluralistic, drawing from phenomenology, analytic philosophy, cognitive science, and empirical research in psychology and neuroscience. I also engage diverse historical and cultural traditions, including Indian and ancient Greek philosophy. I completed my doctoral studies at Fordham University in New York, where I currently hold an Alumni Di…

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