Two papers that had long been in the works have now been accepted for publication:
Categoricity by convention (with Brett Topey), fortchoming in Philosophical Studies.
Surprise, surprise: KK is innocent (with Leonie Eichhorn and Philipp Mayr), forthcoming in Thought.
October 28, 2020:
Together with Lorenzo Rossi and Brett Topey, I will be editing a special issue of Synthese on paradox and logical revision, titled ‘Non-classical Approaches to Paradox’.
Prospective contributors include: Dora Achourioti, Jc Beall, Suzanne Bobzien, Ben Colburn & Ole Hjortland, Ray Cook & Nick Tourville, Paul Egré, Martin Fischer, Leon Horsten & Daniela Schuster, Teresa Kouri-Kissel, Lina Lissia, Carlo Nicolai, Lucas Rosenblatt, Ian Rumfitt, Neil Tennant, and Elia Zardini. All papers will be blindly refereed.
Remaining slots will be filled via a call for papers, with a likely deadline in August 2020. More info soon!
October 7, 2020:
Together with Brett Topey, I have been awarded a 403.000EUR FWF project on conventionalism, categoricity, and the a priori. The project, titled ‘Categoricity by convention’, will last four years, beginning in July 2021, and will employ Brett as the main postdoctoral researcher, as well as a second postdoctoral researcher whose position will be advertised in due course. More infosoon!
September 22, 2020:
Together with Lorenzo Rossi and Brett Topey, I will be editing a special issue of Philosophical Studies on paradox, context, and generality, unsurprisingly titled ‘Paradox, Context, and Generality’.
Prospective contributors include: Andrew Bacon, Salvatore Florio & Nick Jones, Christopher Gauker, Michael Glanzberg, Poppy Mankowitz, Simone Picenni & Thomas Schindler, Gila Sher, Keith Simmons, Paula Teijeiro, Gabriel Uzquiano, Bruno Whittle. All papers will be blindly refereed. Remaining slots will be filled via a call for papers. The deadlines for submitting papers is on May 30, 2021.