As a recent graduate from Western University where I completed a double major in economics & philosophy, I'm now starting my Master's of Philosophy at McMaster University. My core interest are in the philosophy of mind, focusing on the problems around embedded cognition, conditions for free will, and social interaction. More specifically, I am interested in looking at these problems to figure out what makes us all similar rather than what makes us each special. So I tend to ask questions like "what parts of society determine who we are?" and "what exactly do we have control over when we engage in social events?". Naturally, my research is eclectic, ranging from concepts in the social sciences such as economics and psychology to the natural sciences like neurology or physics, and many things in between.