David Tracey

David Tracey holds a BA from The University of Western Ontario and an MA and MPhil from the University of Leuven in Belgium. He is a former research assistant grant holder of SSHRC at King’s University College, London, working for ‘Symposium: The Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy.’ He has done concentrated research in ‘Development Studies’ with a focus on public participation, governmental accountability, and the relation of cultural norms to ecological dangers. David’s current research focuses on the question of the natural world as a whole, and to what extent we hold a harmonious place in it. He is a native of London, Ontario.

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