I completed my undergraduate degree in Philosophy here at the University of Toronto, during which I participated in the Socrates Project and served as Co-Editor-in-Chief of Noēsis, the Department of Philosophy’s Undergraduate Journal. My academic interests include philosophy of law, contemporary political philosophy, normative ethics, Ancient Greek philosophy, and issues in the philosophy of science. More particularly, I am interested in issues surrounding the legitimacy of political authority and coercion, theories of non-causal explanation in the sciences, moral complicity in collective harm, and Ancient discussions of philosophy as a way of life. Outside of philosophy, I am an avid traveller, soccer (football!) fan, and an amateur interior design and architecture enthusiast.