- “Logic for Alethic Pluralists” (forthcoming)
- The Journal of Philosophy
- “Can Alethic Pluralists Maintain Compositionality?” (forthcoming)
- The Philosophical Quarterly
- “Epistemic Modals and Sensitivity to Contextually-Salient Partitions” (2016)
- Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 134–146
My doctoral thesis, Fragmented Truth, was supervised by Timothy Williamson and Volker Halbach. My examiners were Ofra Magidor and Aaron Cotnoir. In my thesis, I examined logical puzzles involving what I call fragmentalism, according to which “true” expresses either distinct concepts or distinct properties.
Chapter 1 proposes an account of logic and semantics that shows how alethic pluralists, who maintain that there are distinct domain-specific truth properties, can answer central conceptual and logical challenges for their view. Chapter 2 motivates and develops a modal account of propositions, according to which there is an inherently potential hierarchy of propositions, to solve the intensional paradoxes. Chapter 3 proposes that “true” is polysemous—between meanings corresponding to the subconcepts of the concept truth generated by the indefinite extensibility of that concept—to solve the semantic paradoxes.