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Buki Fatona is undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford in Science and Religion. Her research brings together her degrees in Microbiology (BSc); Theology (BA); and Epistemology, Ethics, Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science (MSc). In her work, she examines memory systems in antiquity (Aristotle’s); medieval period (Augustine’s and Thomas Aquinas’) via the lens of contemporary cognitive neuroscience. It is a work which draws on her knowledge of, and passion for, classics (Attic Greek and classical Latin); ancient and medieval science and philosophy of mind; contemporary philosophy of memory and cognitive neuroscience.
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