Wen-fang Wang _Professor


Curriculum Vitae | Research | Publications | Supervised Theses | Teaching


Curriculum Vitae

Personal:
Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition
National Yang-Ming University
No. 155 Linong Street section 2, Beitou, Taipei, Taiwan, 112
Tel: +2-28267937 Cell: +986246106
E-mail: wfwang@ym.edu.tw
Webpage: http://www.ym.edu.tw/phil/en/faculty_wang.html

Education:

1991-1996       Ph. D., Philosophy, University of Iowa, July 1996
Nonactualism, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Iowa
Instructor: Panayot Butchvarov
1984-1986       M. A., Political Science, Political Warfare College
1979-1983       B. A., Political Science, Political Warfare College

Professional Positions:

2014- Director, Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang-Ming University
2012  Visiting Scholar, Modern Logic and Application Institute of Nanjing University, China
2012- Adjunct Professor, Modern Logic and Application Institute of Nanjing University, China
2011  Adjunct Professor, Institute of Modern Logic & Philosophy of Science and Technology, Renming University, China (2011/06-2014/06)
2011-  Member of National Committee of the Republic of China for the Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science.
2010-  Member of Council, China Logic Society
2008-  Adjunct Professor, Philosophy Department, Soochow University, Taiwan.
2008-  Adjunct Professor, Philosophy Department, Chinese Cultural University, Taiwan.
2008-  Professor, Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang-Ming University
2007   Chief Secretary of National Committee of the Republic of China for the Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science.
2006-2007 Adjunct Associate professor, Philosophy Department, National Taiwan University.
2005-2006 Visiting Scholar, Philosophy Department, Indiana University, USA.
2005 Adjunct Associate Professor, Philosophy Department, Soochow University, Taiwan.
2003  Associate Professor, Philosophy Department, National Chung-Cheng University, Taiwan.
2001-2003 Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, National Chung-Cheng University, Taiwan.
1996-2000  Lt. Col. Instructor, Political Warfare College, Ministry of National Defense.



Grants, Fellowships, Developmental Assignments, Honors & Awards:

2014        Research Award, Ministry of Science and Techology
2014        Award for Excellence for Research, National Yang Ming University
2013        Award for Excellence for Research, National Yang Ming University
2013        Research Award, National Science Council
2012        Research Award, National Science Council
2012        Award for Excellence for Research, National Yang Ming University
2011        Award for Excellence for Research, National Yang Ming University
2011        Research Award, National Science Council
2010        Award for Excellence for Research, National Yang Ming University
2010        Research Award, National Science Council
2009        Research Award, National Science Council
2008        Research Award, National Science Council
2007        Research Award, National Science Council
2006        Research Award, National Science Council
2005        Short-term Exchange Visiting Scholarship, National Science Council
2005        Research Award, National Science Council
2004        Research Award, National Science Council
2004        Research Award, College of Humanities, National Chung-Cheng University
2003        Research Award, National Science Council
2002        Research Award, National Science Council
1999        Research Award, National Science Council
1998        Research Award, National Science Council



Professional Service:

1) International:
2014-5     Chair of Local Organization Committee of LORI-5 (International Workshop on Logic, Rationality, and Interaction, 5th 2015)
2014-5     Program Committee member of LORI-V (International Workshop on Logic, Rationality, and Interaction, 5th 2015)
2014        Program Committee member of the 3rd East-Asian School on Logic, Language and Computation (EASLLC 2014)
2014        Program Committee member of the 2nd AWPL (Asian Workshop on Philosophical Logic)
2013        Program Committee member of LORI-VI (International Workshop on Logic, Rationality, and Interaction, 4th 2013)
2010        Program Committee member of Sino-European Winter School in Logic, Language, and Computation 2010

2) Referee for Professional Journals and Publishers:
NTU (National Taiwan University) Philosophical Review
Aletheia
EurAmerica
Soochow Journal of Philosophical Studies
Jounal of Humanity of Huafan University
Studies in Logic
Hwa-Kang Journal of Philosophy
LORI-4 (International Workshop on Logic, Rationality, and Interaction)
Journal of Philosophical Research
Frontiers of Philosophy in China
International Journal of PhilosophyInternational Journal of Philosophy
Philosophy and Culture



Current Membership:

Taiwanese Philosophy Association, 1997-
China Logic Society, 2002-
China Analytic Philosophy Society, 2004-
National Committee of the Republic of China for the Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science 2003-

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Research

Areas of Specificity:
Logic, Philosophy of Logic, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Language

Areas of Competence:
Epistemology, Chinese Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Ethics, Philosophy of MInd

Research Projects:

2015-2016         Reading Group: Important Writings of S. Kripke, MOST 104-2420-H-002-016-MY3-SB10412.
2014-2015         Skepticism about the External World, Knowledge Closure Principles, and Formal Epistemology (1), MOST 103-2410-H-010 -004.
2013-2014          Substructural Logics and Their Related Philosophical Issues, NSC102 2410-H-010-008.
2012-2013          Paraconsistency vs. Paracompleteness (3), NSC101 2420-H-194-002.
2011-2012          Paraconsistency vs. Paracompleteness (2), NSC100 2420-H-194-002.
2010-2011          Paraconsistency vs. Paracompleteness (1), NSC99 2420-H-194-002.
2009-2010          The Concept of Truth and Its Related Programs (3), NSC98 2420-H-194-008.
2008-2009          The Concept of Truth and Its Related Programs (2), NSC97 2420-H-194-008.
2007-2008          The Concept of Truth and Its Related Programs (1), NSC96 2420-H-194-008.
2006-2007          Revision Theory of Truth (2), NSC 95-2411-H-194-002.
2005-2006          Revision Theory of Truth (1), NSC 94-2411-H-194-008.
2004-2005          Ramsey Test, Belief Revision Model and Conditional Logic (2), NSC 93-2411-H-194-020.
2003-2004          Ramsey Test, Belief Revision Model and Conditional Logic (1), NSC 92-2411-H-194-020.
2002-2003          Lewis’s Theory of Counterfactuals, NSC 91-2411-H- 194-005.
2001-2002          From Philosophy of Language to Essentialism, NSC 90-2411-H-194-032.
2000-2001          How Do Possible World Models Represent Modal Property: from a Structuralist Point of View, NSC 89-2411-H-135-001.


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Publications

Work in Process:

“Three-Valued Pluri-Valuationism of Vagueness”
“Quine on Logical Truths”

Refereed Papers:

2015          Wang, Wen-fang, “Comments on McCready’s ‘Rational Belief and Evidence-Based Update’”, forthcoming.
2014          Wang, Wen-fang, “Reflection on a Recent Development of Epistemic Logics,” Studies in Logic), Vol. 7, No. 4 (2014): pp. 2–14. (CSSCI)
2014          Wang, Wen-fang, “Yin-Shan-Xiang, Contemporary Logic, and Critical Thinking,” Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, No. 28.4, pp. 120-5, July of 2014. (CSSCI)
2014          Wang, Wen-fang, “On Quine’s Attacks on LD in Philosophy of Logic,” Logical Analysis, No. 5.2, pp. 86-94, April of 2014.
2013          Wang, Wen-fang, “The Development of Logic in Taiwan and Its Current Problems in Education,” in Meng-yao Peng (ed.), Philosophy of Education 2012, Pro-Ed Publishing Company, pp. 65-82, 2013.
2013         Wang, Wen-fang, “On Devitt’s Recent Rebuttal to Putnam,” Journal of Central China Normal University, Vol. 1, No. 1, Special Issue: Politics and Society, November of 2013, pp. 123-9.
2013          Wang, Wen-fang, “Comments on Vague Classes and a Resolution of the Paradox of to Bald Man“, in Johan van Benthem and Fenrong Liu (eds.), Studies in Logic Volume 47; Logic Across the University: Foundations and Applications (Proceedings of the Tsinghua Logic Conference). Beijing: College Publications, October of 2013, pp. 337-40.
2013          Wang, Wen-fang, “Adding Conditionals to a Fixed Point Theory of Truth,” Studies in Logic, Vol. 6, No. 3 (2013): pp. 16–29. (CSSCI)
2013          Wang, Wen-fang, “Abstract/Concrete Object Distinction,” National Taiwan University Philosophical Review, No. 46, pp. 53-80. (THCI-core)。
2013          Wang, Wen-fang, “Filtering Theories of Truth: Compositionality as a Criterion,” Frontiers of Philosophy in China, Vol. 8, No. 1, (March of 2013), pp. 156-170. (A&HCI)
2012          Wang, Wen-fang, “Fundamental Problems of Classical Dialetheism,” in Ching-hui Su and Meng-yao Peng (eds.), Knowledge and Logic 2012. Taipei: Pro-Ed Publishing Company, 2012, pp. 3-24. (ISBN: 9789866624742)
2011          Book review: “N. J. Smith’s “Vagueness and Degrees of Truth,” National Taiwan University Philosophical Review, No. 42, pp. 153-62. (THCI-core)
2011          Lee Huihua and Wen-fang Wang, “Paracocmplete Solutions to the Semanatic Paradoxes,” in Analytic Philosophy in China 2010 (ISBN: 9787308090773), pp. 1-12.
2011          Wang, Wen-fang and Linton Wang, “A Perspective Semantics for Subjunctive Conditionals,” in Shushan Cai, Guoping Zeng, and Ning Wang (eds.), Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science (Proceedings of the 13th International Congress), London: Individual Author and King’s College Publication, pp. 7-11.
2011          “Against Dialetheism,” Frontiers of Philosophy in China, Vol. 6, No. 3 (September, 2011), pp. 492-500. (A&HCI)
2011         “On Priest’s Fuzzy Solution to the Sorites Paradox,” Studies in Logic, Vol. 4, No. 2, June, 2011, pp. 35-51. (CSSCI)
2011          “Theories of Abstract Objects without Ad Hoc Restriction,” Erkenntnis, Vol. 74, issue 1, pp. 1-15. (A&HCI)
2010          “Logic Study in Taiwan in the Past 60 Years,” Studies in Logic, Vol. 3, No.3, September, 2010, pp. 109-137. (CSSCI)
2009          “Necessary Identity and Qua-Sentences,” Philosophical Research (China), 2009 supplemental issue, pp. 36-46.
2009          Book review: “On Spandrels of Truth,” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, (electronic journal, ISBN: 1538-1617), 2009/11/08. Website: http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm?id=18007.
2008         “Tarski’s Definition of Truth and Physicalism,” Studies in Logic, Vol. 1, No. 1, June, 2008, pp. 84-101. (CSSCI)
2008          Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang: “We Need a Unified New Theory for Conditionals,” EuroAmerica, Vol. 38, No. 1, December, 2008, pp.65-102. (THCI-core)
2007          Linton Wang and Wen-fang Wang, “Defeasible Reasoning Meets Epistemic Possibilities,” in A Meeting of the MindProceeding of the Workshop on Logic, Rationality and Interaction, edited by J. van Benthem, Shier Ju, and F. Veltman. London: College Publications, 2007, pp. 327-332.
2007          “Meinongian Theories without Ad Hoc Restriction – Taking Two-Modes-of Predication Approach as an Example,” Soochow Journal of Philosophical Studies, No. 16, pp. 111-32. Also collected in The Logica Yearbook 2006, edited by Tomala Ondrej and Radek HOnzik, Prague: Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, pp. 275-288.
2007          “Comments on Theories of Subjunctive Conditionals,” National Taiwan University Philosophical Review, No. 33, pp. 133-82. (THCI-core)
2007          Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang, “Revising Lewis's Theory of Counterfactual,” Philosophical Research (China), 2007 supplemental issue, pp. 76-9. (CSSCI)
2007          “On Goodman's Cotenability Theory,” Soochow Journal of Philosophical Studies, No. 15, pp. 109-45. (THCI-core)
2007          “Putnam’s Way to Essentialism,” in Epistemology, Volume 6 of the Proceedings of XXIst World Congress of Philosophy, edited by Dermot Moran and Stephen Voss. Ankara: Philosophical Society of Turkey, 2007.
2007          “Modal Fictionalism and Hale’s Dilemma Against It,” in Logic and Philosophy of Science, Volume 5 of the Proceedings of XXIst World Congress of Philosophy, edited by Stephen Voss, Berna Kilnc, and Gurol Irzik. Ankara: Philosophical Society of Turkey, 2007.
2006          “Book Review: On Dr. Yung-Ping Yu’s Generality and Reference: An Examination of Denoting in Russell’s Principles of Mathematics,” Soochow Journal of Philosophical Studies, No. 13, February, 2006, pp. 129-160. (THCI-core)
2006          “On Gupta and Belnap’s Revision Theory of Truth,” EurAmerica, Vol. 36, No. 1, December, 2006, pp.75-120. (THCI-core)
2006          “On Rosen’s Modal Fictionalism,” Taiwan Philosophical Studies, No. 5, September, 2006, pp. 121-151.
2005          “OK or OK* – Putnam’s Way to Essentialism,” Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 29, pp. 237-250. (A&HCI)
2005          “There Is Nothing Wrong with Emperor’s Clothes,” Soochow Journal of Philosophical Studies, No. 11, February, 2005, pp. 27-56. (THCI-core)
2004          “Deflating Meinongianism,” Pre-proceedings of the 27th International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg am Wechsel: the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, pp.403-4.
2003          “Paraconsistent Logic and the Contradictory View in Chinese Ancient Philosophy,” Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture: Special Issue on Chinese Philosophy, No. 12, vol. 30, December 2003, pp. 39-49. (A&HCI)
2003          “Truth in PW and the Solution of Hale’s dilemma for Modal Fictionalism,” Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 27, 2003, pp. 329-44. (A&HCI)
2002          “The Real Difficulties of Meinongianism,” Soochow Journal of Philosophical Studies, No. 7, December 2002, pp. 107-28. (THCI-core)
2000          “Quine on Modality,” Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, No. 10, vol. 27, October 2000, p. 931-44. (A&HCI)
2000          “Do We Really Need Possibilia?” Taiwan Philosophical Studies, No. 3, March 2000, pp. 99-123.
1996          Ph. D. Dissertation: Non-Actualism, University of Iowa, 1996.

Conference Papers:
2009 Wen-fnag Wang, “A, as an S, is F. ” Workshop of Yang-Ming University and Soochow University on Philosophy --
____ Metaphysics , Taipei, Taiwan, May 2, 2009.
2009 Wen-fnag Wang, “Necessary Identity and Contingent Identity.” The 5th China Analytic Philosophy Conference,
____ held by Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, April 11-12, 2009.
2007 Wen-fnag Wang, "On Ockham's New Razor," 4th Conference on Experience and Truth, Nov. 9-10, 2007,
____ National Taiwan University.
2007 Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang, "A Three-Valued Perspective Semantics of Conditionals," in XIII International
____ Congress of LMPS 07, section Philosophical Logic, August 9-15, 2007, Beijing, China.
2007 Linton Wang and Wen-fang Wang, "Defeasible Reasoning Meets Epistemic Possibilities," in Workshop on Logic,
____ Rationality and Interation, held by Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, August 5-9, 2007.
2007 Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang, "A Three-Valued Perspective Semantics of Conditionals," in Many-Valued Logics
____ and Cognition - Studia Logica International Conference Trends in Logic V, held by Studia Logica, Guangzhou, China,
____ July 6-9, 2007.
2007 Wen-fang Wang, invited speech, "Meinongian Theories without Ad Hoc Restriction - Taking Two-Modes-of Predication
____ Approach as an Example," in 2007 Soochow International Conference on Analytic Philosophy, held by Soochow
____ University, Taipei, June 20-23, 2007.
2007 Wen-fnag Wang, "On Ockham's New Razor," in Preliminary Symposium Realism vs. Anti-Realism: Essence and
____ Universal, held by Soochow University, Taipei, June 23, 2007.
2007 Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang, invited speech, "Perspective and Conditionals," The 6th International Conference on
____ Logic and Cognition, June, 16, 2007, Zhongshan University, China.
2007 Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang, "We Need a Unified Theory of Conditionals," Taiwan's LMPS Conference, April, 28,
____ 2007 at National Taiwan Unviersity, Taiwan.
2007 "Perspectives and Conditionals," The 3rd China Analytic Philosophy Conference, March, 23-4, 2007 at Wu-han University,
____ China.
2006 Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang "A New Semantics for Subjunctive Conditionals," 3rd Conference on Experience and
____ Truth, November 24-25, Soochow University.
2006 Linton Wang & Wen-fang Wang, "Implicature and Defeat," 3rd Conference on Experience and Truth, November 24-25,
____ Soochow University.
2006 Wen-fang Wang and Linton Wang, "Revising Lewis's Theory of Counterfactuals," The Second Taiwan-China Logic
____ Conference, Oct. 28-30, 2006 at Najing University (China).
2006 Linton Wang and Wen-fang Wang "A Logical Investigation on the Cancellation of Implicatures," The Second Taiwan-China
____ Logic Conference, Oct. 28-30, 2006 at Najing University, China.
2006 "Meinongian Theories Without Ad Hoc Restriction - Taking Two-Modes-of-Predication Approach as an Example,"
____ 20th Symposium of Logica 2006, June 19th-23th, 2006, Hejnice, Czech Republic.
2006 Invited speech: "Meinongian Theories Without Ad Hoc Restriction - Taking Two-Modes-of-Predication Approach as an
____ Example," The 5th International Conference on Logic and Cognition, May, 29-30, 2006, Zhongshan University, China.
2005 "On Gupta and Belnap's Revision Theory of Truth," The 2nd Conference on Experience and Truth, June 24-25, 2005,
____ National Taiwan University.
2005 "Ockham's New Razor," The 4th International Conference on Logic and Cognition, June, 13-17, 2005, Zhongshan
____ University, China.
2005 "On the Revision Theory of Truth," The 1st Conference on Experience and Truth, March 2005, National Taiwan
____ University.
2004 "Deflating Meinongianism," 27th International Wittgenstein Symposium, section Intentionality, Reference and Meaning,
____ August 8th-14th, 2004, Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria.
2004 "There Is Nothing Wrong of the Emperor's Clothes," Soochow University Philosophy Conference: Issues in Contemporary
____ Epistemology, June 2004, Taipei, Taiwan.
2004 "There Is Nothing Wrong of the Emperor's Clothes," The 3rd International Conference on Logic and Cognition,
____ May, 20-21, 2004, Zhongshan University, China.
2003 "A Model-Theoretic Argument against Meinongianism and Modal Realism," XII International Congress of LMPS 03,
____ section Philosophical Logic, August 6-13, 2003, Oviedo, Spain.
2003 "Putnam's Way to Essentialism," XXIst World Congress of Philosophy, section Philosophy of Language, August 10-17,
____ 2003, Istanbul, Turkey.
2003 "Modal Fictionalism and Hale's Dilemma Against It," XXIst World Congress of Philosophy, section Logic and
____ Philosophy of Logic, August 10-17, 2003, Istanbul, Turkey.
2003 "A Model-Theoretic Argument against Meinongianism and Modal Realism," Taiwan Congress of LMPS, June 2003,
____ Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
2002 "A Model-Theoretic Argument against Meinongianism and Modal Realism," 2002 Annual Conference of Taiwan
____ Philosophical Association, December 2002, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
2002 "Lewis's Theory of Counterfactuals," Taiwan-China Logic Conference, June 2002, National Taiwan University, Taipei,
____ Taiwan.
2001 "OK or OK' - Putnam's Way to Essentialism," 2001 Annual Conference of Taiwan Philosophical Association, December
____ 2001, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
2001 "Truth in PW," Workshop on Logic and Computability, June 2001, National Chung-Cheng University, Chia-I, Taiwan.
2000 "A Structuralist view on Modality - An Introduction to Koslow's Structuralist Theory of Logical Operators," 2000 Annual
____ Conference of Taiwan Philosophical Association, December 2000, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
1999 "Quine on Modality," 1999 Annual Conference of Taiwan Philosophical Association, December 1999, Academia Sinica,
____ Taipei, Taiwan.
1999 "Modal Fictionalism Reconsidered," 7th Asian Logic Conference, June 1999, National Chung-Cheng University, Chia-I,
____ Taiwan.
1998 "Do We Really Need Possibilia?" 1998 Annual Conference of Taiwan Philosophical Association, December 1998,
____ National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
1998 "Modal System A," 3rd Conference in Information-Theoretic Approaches to Logic, Language, and Computation,
____ June 1998, National Chung-Cheng University, Chia-I, Taiwan.
1997 "Modal System A,"1997 Annual Conference of Taiwan Philosophical Association, November 1997, Academia Sinica,
____ Taipei, Taiwan.
1997 "Modalism and Modal Fictionalism," South Taiwan Philosophy Conference, September 1997, National Chung-Cheng
____ University, Chia-I, Taiwan.

Other Publications:
2015       Tranlation: Individuals. P. F. Strawsons, forthcoming.
2011       Minghui Xiong, Wen-fang Wang, Introduction to Logic. Tainan, Taiwan: Chong-hai Publisher, December of 2011. (ISBN 9789866184581)
2011       Philosophy of Language. Taipei: San-ming Publisher, May of 2011. (ISBN 9789571454887)
2007       Introduction to Metaphysics. Taipei: San-ming Publisher, September of 2008. (ISBN: 9571449806)
2005       What Kind of World Is It?—A Study of Metaphysics. Taipei: San-ming Publisher, September 2005.
2002       Translation: The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, Owl Publishing Company. (159 entries, more than 100,000 words)
2000       “An Analysis of the Military Public Affairs of the United States of America,” Public Affairs in US Army,” co-author with Chi-chan Chiu, Military Social Science Review, No. 6, May 2000.
1999        Translation: Field Deception, Published by Ministry of National Defense.
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Supervised Theses

1. Sue, Peter, Proper Names and Reference, M. A. Dissertation, June 2003.
__ (1st Prize Award for Master Thesis, Taiwanese Philosophy Association, 2003.)
2. Wang, Leonard, Parsons's Meinongian Theory, M. A. Dissertation, June 2003.
3. Jan, Tony, Universals and Realism, M. A. Dissertation, July 2007.
4. Liu, James, Indicative Conditionals, M. A. Dissertation, July 2007.
__ (2nd Prize award for Master Thesis, Taiwanese Philosophy Association, 2007.)
5. Yu, Shei-shen, Conditional Logic, M. A. Dissertation, Jan. 2007.
6. Dai, An-bang, Knowledge Closure, M. A. Dissertation, in progress. (Jointly instructed)
7. Su, Gracy, "Is Consciousness Experience Content a Neural State Or a Functional State?"
__ Ph. D. Dissertation, in progress. (Jointly instructed)
8. Sue, Peter, A Study of Conditionals, Ph.D. Dissertation, in progress.
9. Kan, Li-shao, Logical Truths, M. A. Dissertation, in progress. (Jointly instructed)
10. Du, Cheng-chan, Identity and Counterpart Theory, M. A. Dissertation, in progress.

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Course Taught

  • Logics of Conditional
  • Logic
  • Philosophical Logics
  • Philosophy of Language
  • History of Logic
  • History of Chinese Logic Thought
  • Modal Logic
  • Metaphysics
  • Seminar on Metaphysics
  • The Study of Metaphysical Problem
  • Critical Thinking
  • 20th Century Analytical Philosophy
  • Non-Classical Logics
  • Meinongianism
  • Seminar of Philosophical Logic: Logical Consequence
  • Metalogic
  • Frege
  • The Study of Ifs
  • Logic and Cognition
  • Paradoxes
  • Theories of Truth
  • Intensional Logic and Theory of Types
  • Tarski, Liar's Paradox and Minimalism
  • Godel's Incompleteness Theorem
  • Theories of Reference
  • Theories of Conditionals
  • Advanced Logic
  • Indicative Conditionals and Its Related Philosophical Issues
  • Conditional Logics
  • Logic and Computation
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Naming and Necessity
  • Ethics
  • Philosophy of Logics and Philosophical Logics
  • Introduction to Analytic Philosophy



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