About

I’m a graduate student at the University of California at Berkeley’s Linguistics department. My interest is in cognition and language, particularly on the fundamental primitives of thought and language that arise necessarily from the human mind.

I’m especially interested in consciousness and subjectivity – how minds know themselves, and where the notion of the individual ‘I’ comes from.

Language (or semiotic interaction more broadly) is intimately involved in this faculty, and is one of the most regular and rich artifacts of the human cognitive process. Through it we can reveal some of the inner workings of the mind. Here, I post articles, conferences, and tools at the intersection of these ideas, approximately weekly.

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