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Sidath Rankaduwa


  • Consciousness studies

  • Mind-brain relationship

  • Neuroethics


  • Rotman Institute of Philosophy
    Western University
    Western Interdisciplinary Research Building, 7115
    London, Ontario, Canada
    N6A 3K7


M.A. Student;
Department of Philosophy, Western University

I am from Halifax (Nova Scotia), pursuing my M.A. in Philosophy at Western Ontario. I graduated from Dalhousie University in 2018, with a B.A. in Music and Neuroscience. I am interested in topics that intersect neuroscience and philosophy, particularly issues in epistemology, studies in consciousness, and the mind-brain relationship. I am also fascinated in neuroethics, and hope to conduct research in this branch of philosophy in the future. Teaching and artistic performance are my passions, as well as meditation and well-being.

TA for PHIL 2715, “Medical Care Ethics” – Western University (2019)

TA for MUSC 2007, “Guitar: History and Techniques” – Dalhousie University (2018-2019)