Cameron Lugo

Yale University, BA

My primary interests lie in contemporary and historical metaphysics, metametaphysics, and natural theology. In particular, I study the metaphysical and methodological presuppositions governing viewpoints on the proper content and method of natural theology. Currently, I focus on late-ancient Platonism and medieval scholasticism, with a secondary emphasis in Reformation and early modern philosophy—all with an eye toward applying insights from history to contemporary debates.

My BA in Philosophy is from Yale University (summa cum laude, with Distinction in the Major), where I was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society and received the Henry Edwards Ellsworth Prize for Humanities from Jonathan Edwards College.

Research Interests

Medieval Philosophy