2017-2020: The Liar and its Revenge in Context
The project has started in January 2017 and will last until the end of 2020. It involves two post-doctoral researchers. Dr. Lorenzo Rossi, who earned his PhD at the University of Oxford with a thesis on semantic paradoxes and revenge, will be a post-doc for the entire duration of the project. A second post-doctoral position, funded for 12 months, has been advertised in 2018. During the project, we will organise some conferences and write a bunch of papers. More info about the project and its activities can be found on the project website here.
2013-2015: Inference and Logic
The Inference and Logic project was funded by the British Academy and led by Julien Murzi and Florian Steinberger. It aimed at investigating inferentialist approaches to logic: approaches according to which (roughly) the meaning of a logical expression is determined by the way we use it, and to know the meaning of a logical expression is to know how to use it. Two controversial but, we think, fecund thoughts! Between April 2013 and July 2015, we wrote a bunch of papers and organised this conference.