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Michael Walschots

Michael WalschotsMr. Walschots completed his B.A. (H) at the University of Windsor in 2009, and is scheduled to complete his M.A. in Philosophy in the Fall of 2011. His M.A. thesis is advised by Dr. Deborah Cook and is entitled ‘Adorno’s ‘Addendum’ to Practical Reason’. During his M.A. degree Mr. Walschots has presented papers on various topics at the 15th Annual Graduate Legal Theory Conference at UBC in Vancouver, Canada; at the Southeast Philosophy Congress in Morrow, Georgia, USA; the University of Windsor’s Graduate Philosophy conference; the 9th meeting of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation; the 4th Critical Theory and Social Justice Conference in Rome, Italy; and the meeting of the Canadian Philosophical Association in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. He received a Master’s SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship as well as SSHRC Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement, with which he spent 5 months studying in Frankfurt, Germany. Mr. Walschots has also been awarded a three-year SSHRC Doctoral Canada Graduate Scholarship, which he will be using at the University of Western Ontario in order to study Kant’s legal philosophy starting in September 2011.  Mr. Walschots received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Western University in 2015.  He is currently SSHRC postdoctoral fellow at St. Andrews University in Scotland.