Christopher diCarlo is a Philosopher of Science and Ethics whose interests in cognitive evolution have taken him into the natural and social sciences. He is interested in how and why the human brain has evolved to its current state and what cross-cultural and cross-species behaviour can provide insight into universally common modes of reasoning.
Dr. diCarlo is an outspoken activist for freethought, humanism and secularism. He is a fellow of the Society of Ontario Freethinkers and board advisor to Freethought TV, and has won TV Ontario's Best Lecturer award. He is also an advisory fellow for Center for Inquiry Canada.
He is currently writing two books: The Comparative Brain: The Evolution of Human Reasoning and The Evolution of Religion: Why Many Need to Believe in Deities, Demons, and the Unseen.