My research focuses mainly on the phenomenological tradition, especially its conceptualisations of time and intersections with philosophies of mind, cognition and science.

I recently completed my PhD in Philosophy at The University of Melbourne, under the supervision of Dr Andrew Inkpin and Dr François Schroeter. My doctoral dissertation, 'Dasein's Temporal Enaction', argues that Heidegger's model of temporality can and ought to play a significant role in collaborative dialogues between phenomenology and 4E approaches to cognitive science.

In addition to phenomenology, the philosophy of cognition and the philosophy of temporality (and time…

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