Eden Elliott

Ph.D. Student

Philosophy

Arts and Science

Research Interests

Metaphysics (especially the Continental and Classical traditions), Philosophy of Religion, History of Philosophy, Hermeneutics (especially Ricœur), Phenomenology (especially Levinas), Ethics, Philosophy of Mind

Biography
  • B.A., Honours (Political Science & Philosophy), Laurentian University
  • M.A. Philosophy, Queens University

Eden’s interests are unified by the desire to construct a systematically coherent metaphysical anthropology. That is, their overriding concern is what it means to be human, and how we see ourselves in relation to the rest of the universe. To that end, Eden’s current projects concern the historical development of and relationship between metaphysical systems and models of God, the constitutive role of intersubjectivity in human mental life, and the narrative conception of self.