Exciting news: The Philosophical Quarterly just published my paper on non-normative logical pluralism and the normativity objection! In the paper, I argue that recent attempts to save certain forms of logical pluralism from the so-called normativity objection (aka the collapse argument) by claiming that logic is not normative are not successful. The paper is now … Continue reading Paper published!
I will talk about the correctness of logics at a couple of conferences. First, at the Joint Meeting of the South Carolina Society for Philosophy and the North Carolina Philosophical Society, in Rock Hill, SC, then at the Pacific APA in San Diego, CA, and, in May, at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Society … Continue reading Talks in the States 2018
The second part of my research project on logical pluralism has started. We arrived in Chapel Hill a couple of days ago and I am looking forward to work with Gillian Russell. We are still in the process of getting organized, but I can already say that I really like the place. As expected, it's … Continue reading Chapel Hill
As part of my current research project I am now in New York for a couple of months where I will be working on some aspects of the project with Graham Priest. The project is concerned with how logical pluralists can capture the notions of the correctness of a logic and of rivalry between logics. … Continue reading Arrived in New York!
I am very happy to report that my first paper on logical pluralism is forthcoming in a special issue on logical pluralism and normativiy in Inquiry. An online first version of the paper is here. Please don't hesitate to contact me, if you cannot access the journal–––I still have some free copies to give away.