Research

Publications:

  1. “New(ish) foundations for theories of entailment.” In Yale Weiss and Romina Padró (Eds.), Saul Kripke on Modal Logic, Springer, Cham, forthcoming.
  2. “The relevance logic of Boolean groups.” Logic Journal of the IGPL, forthcoming. [Link]
  3. “Semantics for pure theories of connexive implication.” Review of Symbolic Logic, forthcoming. [Link]
  4. “Revisiting constructive mingle: Algebraic and operational semantics.” 2022. In Katalin Bimbó (Ed.), Relevance Logics and other Tools for Reasoning. Essays in Honor of J. Michael Dunn, College Publications, London, 435-455. [Link]
  5. “A characteristic frame for positive intuitionistic and relevance logic.” 2021. Studia Logica, 109(4), 687-699. [Link]
  6. “A reinterpretation of the semilattice semantics with applications.” 2021. Logica Universalis, 15(2), 171-191. [Link]
  7. “A conservative negation extension of positive semilattice logic without the finite model property.” 2021. Studia Logica, 109(1), 125-136. [Link]
  8. “Cut and gamma I: Propositional and constant domain R.” 2020. Review of Symbolic Logic, 13(4), 887-909. [Link]
  9. “A note on the relevance of semilattice relevance logic.” 2019. Australasian Journal of Logic, 16(6), 177-185. [Link]
  10. “Sextus Empiricus’ fourth conditional and containment logic.” 2019. History and Philosophy of Logic, 40(4), 307-322. [Link]
  11. “Connexive extensions of regular conditional logic.” 2019. Logic and Logical Philosophy, 28(3), 611-627. [Link]
  12. “Basic intuitionistic conditional logic.” 2019. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 48(3), 447-469. [Link]
  13. “Are contradictions believable?” 2019. Thought, 8(1), 42-49. [Link]
  14. “Commentary on Cherubin.” 2018. Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, 33(1), 22-26. [Link]
  15. “Semantics for counterpossibles.” 2017. Australasian Journal of Logic, 14(4), 383-407.
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  16. “Review: Hugh H. Benson. Clitophon’s Challenge: Dialectic in Plato’s Meno, Phaedo, and Republic. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. 328 pages; $65.00/hardcover.” 2016. The Philosophical Forum, 47(1), 25-29. [Link]
  17. (with John Sisko). “A fourth alternative in interpreting Parmenides.” 2015. Phronesis, 60(1), 40-59. [Link]

Talks:

  1. “Logic in the integers” (provisional title). Date TBA, 2022. MAA MathFest, Philadelphia.
  2. “Bisemilattice semantics for intuitionistic and relevant modal logics.” October 4, 2021. Logic and Metaphysics Workshop, CUNY Graduate Center, New York (remote).
  3. “A reinterpretation of the semilattice semantics with applications.” August 11, 2021. Logica Universalis Webinar, remote.
  4. “We will use their own tools against them: The relevance logic of Boolean groups.” June 23, 2021. Australasian Association for Logic Annual Conference 2021, Universities of Queensland and Melbourne, remote.
  5. “Pure theories of connexive implication” (keynote). December 3, 2020. 6th Workshop on Connexive Logics, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum (remote).
  6. “Arithmetical semantics for non-classical logic.” September 21, 2020. Logic and Metaphysics Workshop, CUNY Graduate Center, New York (remote).
  7. “Was Aristotle a connexivist?” December 13, 2019. Ancient Philosophy Work in Progress Group, NYU, New York.
  8. “Are there false counterpossibles?” April 8, 2019. New York Philosophy of Language Workshop, NYU, New York.
  9. “Time, tense, and eternity in Augustine’s Confessions XI.” March 28, 2019. CUNY-Milan Workshop on Tense, University of Milan, Milan.
  10. “Tableaux for Lewis’s V-family.” October 15, 2018. Logic and Metaphysics Workshop, CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
  11. “Sextus Empiricus’ fourth conditional and containment logic.” March 8, 2018. Saul Kripke Center Young Scholars Series, CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
  12. “Inconsistent beliefs and doxastic logic.” February 16, 2018. CUNY-Milan Workshop on Belief, CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
  13. “Semantics for counterpossibles.” April 3, 2017. Logic and Metaphysics Workshop, CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
  14. “Comments on Cherubin.” October 13, 2016. Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, St. Anselm College, Manchester.
  15. (with John Sisko). “A fourth alternative in interpreting Parmenides.” October 13, 2013. Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fordham University, New York.

Works in Preparation:

  1. (with Romina Padró). Saul Kripke on Modal Logic, edited volume, in contract with Springer.
  2. “Did Aristotle endorse Aristotle’s thesis? A case study in Aristotle’s metalogic.” Under review.