Arts and Science
Epistemology, Metaphysics, Early Modern Philosophy, Analytic Philosophy
- B.A., Honours (Philosophy), University of Toronto
- M.A. (Philosophy), Queen’s University
William’s research is currently focused on the nature of epistemic justification, the philosophical implications of sceptical arguments, epistemic disjunctivism (on which he wrote his master’s thesis), and fallibilism. He is also interested in transcendental idealism and the nature of normativity, and looks forward to being able to study them in more depth once his current project is completed.