Monthly Archives: February 2016

Introduction – Simon Hewitt

Hi, I’m Simon and I teach formal philosophy in the School of Philosophy, Religion, and History of Science at the University of Leeds. I did my PhD at Birkbeck College in the University of London, focusing on plural interpretations of … Continue reading

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Introduction: Magali Roques

Hello! I am Magali Roques. I am based in Geneva, where I am a scientific collaborator at the Department of Philosophy. I am working on grounding in medieval philosophy. I have been interested in medieval logic since my Master thesis, … Continue reading

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Introduction: Frédéric Goubier

I am a scientific collaborator at the University of Geneva. I am working mainly on late medieval logic and semantics: theories of the properties of terms, sophismata, etc. I am currently about to publish, together with Laurent Cesalli, the edition … Continue reading

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Introduction: Sara L. Uckelman

Hello! I’m Sara, a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at Durham University. I received my PhD from the University of Amsterdam in 2009, with a dissertation entitled Modalities in Medieval Logic. I have been interested in medieval history since … Continue reading

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Welcome to our blog!

I (Sara) snagged this WP blog name back in summer of 2012, where it languished unused and unloved until November 2015, when a group of us at a workshop in Berlin decided it would be good idea to have some … Continue reading

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