I received my doctorate from Canterbury Christ Church University (UK) in 2012. My thesis, entitled "Enlightenment Liberalism and the Challenge of Pluralism," covers a wide range of political philosophers and concepts, from the Enlightenment, theories of liberalism, to contemporary post-foundational conceptions of politics.

Prior to this, my first degree was a B.A., majoring in Political Science and History, from the University of Tasmania in 2000. This was followed by the successful completion of my Honours degree (First Class) in Political Science (with a political philosophy focus), at the same university, in 2002.

My doctoral thesis and …

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