Welcome to the website of our project! The Liar and its Revenge in Context is an FWF-funded research project on truth, semantic paradox, and context-dependence (P29716-G24). The project systematically explores the limitations of non-classical solutions to the paradoxes, and develops a novel, fully classical contextualist approach – one that, unlike existing approaches, allows for absolutely unrestricted quantification.
In the course of our project, we will host four workshops:
- A two-day workshop on truth, deflationism, and conservativeness (January 26-27, 2018).
- A a three-day workshop on revenge paradoxes (June 27-29, 2018).
- A one-day workshop on truth and knowledge (September 14, 2018)
- A three-day workshop on contextualist theories of truth and paradox (June 26-28, 2019).
- Lorenzo’s paper `A unified theory of truth and paradox‘ is forthcoming in the Review of Symbolic Logic!
- Julien & Lorenzo’s paper `Conservative Deflationism?‘ is forthcoming in Philosophical Studies!
- Julien & Lorenzo’s paper ‘Generalised Revenge‘ is forthcoming in the Australasian Journal of Philosophy!
- Julien & Lorenzo’s paper ‘Non-contractability and Revenge‘ is forthcoming in Erkenntnis!
- Julien’s paper ‘Harmony and Separability in Classical Logic‘ has been published (open access) in Erkenntnis!