Philosophy (BA, 2010; MA, 2012; PhD 2020)
School of Liberal Arts,
Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts
Building 19. Office 1085
University of Wollongong (Australia)
I works on the intersection between philosophy of mind and epistemology with inference theory under network and dynamic modelling. I am interested in the architecture and organisation of cognition and mental phenomena both in classic modularity of the mind and more recent computational theories under the Bayesian brain.
In my work I investigate the potential relations between the classic modularity of the mind and more recent computational theories under the Bayesian brain. My current research focuses on developing a theory of causal effects between perceptual experience and belief, which, she theorises, can be explained in terms of cultural permeation. This requires combining research from philosophy of mind and epistemology with inference theory under network and dynamic modelling.
Another topic I am interested in is whether scientific realism about inference is justified on the account of brain data analysis methods. This speaks to the question of whether inference exist in the brain independently of our scientific practice or paradigms.
When I am not thinking about these things, I enjoy exploring the natural world, cultures, and myself. Check out my pictures on Instagram.