Anastasia Guo


Anastasia Guo joined the department's Religion and Philosophy subfield in 2023. Her research focus is Kant's philosophy of religion. She has previously worked on Kant’s account of moral-religious conversion and practical belief. In her future research, she also hopes to investigate how the notions of hope and symbolism play a role in Kant's moral theology.

Her broader interests include theories and methods in the study of religion, such as the issue of interpretation in trends like phenomenology of religion in the last century.

She received her B.A. in Religious Studies and B.A. with Honors in Philosophy from Brown University in 2023. Her work at Princeton is supported by a merit grant from the Center for Human Values.