Aurora is a fourth-year graduate student with interests primarily in Early Modern Philosophy, Ancient Greek Philosophy, 20th-century Continental Philosophy, and Moral Theory. She holds a BA in Philosophy and Classics from the University of Rochester and an MAPH from the University of Chicago.
As a historian of philosophy, Aurora seeks out common threads that bind different eras. Presently, her inquiry revolves around redefining the internal-external distinction within the context of animal bodies.
Outside of philosophy, Aurora derives joy from playing music and dancing. Echoing the sentiments of Socrates, she believes that philosophy is the greatest kind of music (61a3).