Cameron Boult

Special guest

I am Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Brandon University, Canada.
Before joining BU in 2017, I was a postdoctoral researcher on the project, Knowledge First Virtue Epistemology (PI: Christoph Kelp), at KU Leuven.
From 2021-2024 I am a Research Associate at the African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, University of Johannesburg.
I am also an affiliate member of COGITO, University of Glasgow.
My research focuses on the intersection of epistemology, ethics, and meta-normative theory. I have worked on the nature of justified belief, radical scepticism, and epistemic anti-realism. I am especially interested in fundamental questions about the similarities and differences between epistemology and other normative disciplines, such as ethics, or aesthetics. Most recently I've been exploring epistemic blame, testimonial injustice, and political ignorance (and the intersection of these topics).

Cameron Boult has been a guest on 1 episode.