Blake Scott completed his B.A. Honours in Philosophy in 2015 and his M.A. in Philosophy in 2017. He has since begun a PhD in Philosophy at the KU Leuven in Belgium. His research interests include social and political philosophy, phenomenology, critical theory, and rhetoric.
During his time at the University of Windsor, Blake received an Ontario Graduate Scholarship, published an article in Sartre Studies International entitled “Sartre, Lacan, and the Ethics of Psychoanalysis: A Defense of Lacanian Responsibility”, co-authored a book review with Curtis Hyra and Dr. Christopher Tindale, and attended nine academic conferences. Blake was also invited to present his research at the annual Martin Wesley Lecture Series organized by the Humanities Research Group.