Jack Beaulieu
University of Toronto
Department of Philosophy

I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto, where I completed my PhD in 2022. As of the Michaelmas term, I will be Fellow by Examination in Philosophy at Magdalen College, Oxford.

I work on the history of Sanskrit philosophy, focusing on philosophers belonging to the Nyāya and Prābhākara traditions. My interests lie broadly in epistemology, philosophy of mind and metaphysics, with my research to date focusing primarily on absence. I am currently working on issues related to introspection. I also maintain active teaching interests in philosophy of disability.

Find me on PhilPeople here, where I maintain archives of all my published papers. 

My paper "Raghunātha on Seeing Absence" was awarded the 2023 Rogers Prize by the British Journal for the History of Philosophy, its annual prize for best article.

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