Currently I build audioproprioceptive sensory substitution devices for motion sonification. As an academic, I work in the philosophy of perception and cognitive science. My research focuses on the nature of our perceptual experience. I'm interested in whether perceptual experience is merely a neural representation in the head, whether it's fully determined by one's neural state, and how interaction with the world itself shapes experience. Related to these questions, I work on dreams, hallucination, demonstrative thought, and episodic memory.
Department of Philosophy
Toronto, ON, Canada