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  • Publication: Bruno Jacinto Stephen Read

    Publication: Bruno Jacinto Stephen Read

    Bruno Jacinto and Stephen Read have had their joint paper “General-Elimination Stability” published in Studia Logica.

     
  • Caroline Touborg – Royal Institute of Philosophy Bursary awarded

    Congratulations to Caroline Touborg who was recently awarded a Royal Institute of Philosophy Bursary.

     
  • Congratulations Dr Tanswell

    We are pleased to announce that Fenner Tanswell passed his viva. Fenner successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis ‘Proof, Rigour and Informality: A...

     
  • Publication: Ryan Nefdt

    Here is a link to Ryan’s recently published paper, Scientific modelling in generative grammar and the dynamic turn in syntax

     
  • Book Publication: Stephen Read

    The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, edited by Catarina Dutilh Novaes and Stephen Read, has just appeared. Abstract: This volume, the first dedicated and comprehensive...

     
  • Congratulations Dr Nefdt

    We are pleased to announce that Ryan Nefdt passed his viva. Ryan successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis ‘The Foundations of Linguistics: Mathematics,...

     
  • Congratulations Dr McKeever

    We are pleased to announce that Matthew McKeever passed his viva. Matthew successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis ‘Against Type E’.

     
  • Publication: Sebastian Becker

    Sebastian Becker has recently had his paper ‘Resolving Turri’s Puzzle about Withholding’ accepted for publication in journal dialectica . It can be accessed online here.

     
  • Publication: Patrik Hummel

    Patrik Hummel has recently had his paper ‘Against the Complex vs. Simple Distinction’ accepted for publication in Erkenntnis. It can be accessed online here.

     
  • Congratulations Dr Becker

    We are pleased to announce that Sebastian Becker passed his viva. Sebastian successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis ‘Perspectives On What to Believe’.