Will studies how an individual’s thoughts, actions, and attributes, are products of their environments. This work argues that anything which seems to be personal about each of us, is instead a trace of an impersonal system. He works within the fields of continental philosophy, ancient and modern Stoic philosophy, social theory, and sociology.
He has authored various articles and book chapters, as well as these books:
He has three projects. One project explores how continental philosophy and social/sociological theory conceive of the relations between our personal experiences of time and larger structures of time. The second project studies how Stoic philosophy situates our individualities within communal and physical environments. The third project maps the relations between phenomenology, structuralism, and post-structuralism.
His teaching experience includes university course coordination, lecturing, and tutoring, as well as creating and lecturing public philosophy courses. His completed PhD thesis examined philosophical and sociological conceptions of time. His undergraduate training (Bachelor of Arts, Honours Class I) majored in both philosophical and sociological theories and research methods. He has reviewed articles submitted for publication for numerous academic journals, including Time & Society, and the Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour.
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