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Luke Kurowski

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Luke Kurowski has been with us since 2009 teaching philosophy and social sciences courses. Luke holds a BA in psychology from Poland, University of Lodz, and a BA and  MA in philosophy from Brock University. Currently he is a Ph.D. candidate in philosophy of cognitive science at York University. Luke’s dissertation explores philosophical problems stemming from the scientific study of the relationship between brain mechanisms and human consciousness. He specializes in a philosophical school called Existentialism and in topics broadly falling under Philosophy of Mind. When he is not working on his dissertation he enjoys playing tennis tournaments in Ontario, watching foreign movies and sampling the great diversity of cuisines Toronto has to offer. 

Below is a list of Luke’s academic work: 

Kurowski, L. A. (2012) ‘The evolutionary ancestry of phenomenal consciousness’. Poster presented at the 16th annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Brighton, UK.
Kurowski, L.A. (2012) ‘The evolutionary ancestry of phenomenal consciousness’. Poster presented at the Canadian Society for the Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Queen’s University, Canada.
Kurowski, L.A. (2013) “Taking a Jab at the ‘Hard Problem’”. Talk at the conference of the Canadian Society for the Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Science, University of Calgary, Canada.
Kurowski, L. A. (2013) “Taking a Jab at the ‘Hard Problem’”. Talk presented  at the 17th annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, San Diago, USA. 

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