Graham Thomas

Graham Thomas

Graham is a Research Assistant working with both the Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality project out of Macquarie University and the Theory and Methods in Biosciences lab at Sydney University. He is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at Macquarie University, with a background in the philosophy of cognitive science and evolution. His PhD thesis is on the origins and cultural evolution of storytelling, in particular the application of an Extended Evolutionary Synthesis to understanding how and why storytelling has become a ubiquitous behaviour in humans across cultures. His interests lie broadly in conceptual issues around evolution, cognition, agency, and the self.



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2018