Joshua Noiseux

Joshua Noiseux is a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at Queen’s University.  He completed his MA at Trent’s Theory, Culture, and Politics program, with a thesis on the American and Israeli militaries’ engagement with Deleuzean philosophy and its implications for the practice of strategic agency. Joshua’s emerging doctoral research attempts to synthesize various iterations of the concept of “reciprocal presupposition”, “mutual-enaction”, “co-dependence” etc. across the  disciplines of continental philosophy, cognitive science, and Mahayana Buddhism, with specific respect to their participation in the development of non-linear concepts of causality, agency, and ecology. The hypothesis of the project is that reciprocal models of causality can help provide ecologically constructive ways to think and experience agency as living-together within the world. 

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