Fakultät für Philosophie, Wissenschaftstheorie
Lehrstuhl für Logik und Sprachphilosophie
- CV, Picollo Lavinia (Nov 2016) (76 KByte)
Lavinia Picollo studied philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires, where she got the equivalent of a Masters degree in logic and epistemology in 2011. In 2015 she received her PhD, also from the University of Buenos Aires. Her thesis is on Truth, with a focus on deflationism, reference and semantic paradoxes. Her supervisor was Eduardo Barrio and her viva committee consisted of Volker Halbach, Eleonora Cresto, and Federico Pailos. During her doctoral studies she has taught the Logic I and Logic II tutorials at the Chair of Logic, and visited the universities of Oxford, Tilburg and the MCMP on several occasions. She is also a member of the Buenos Aires Logic Group and the Argentinian Society of Philosophical Analysis.
Last academic year Lavinia was a CAS (Center for Advances Studies) postdoctoral fellow, funded by the Münchener Universitätsgesellschaft (Munich University Society), working at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP), at LMU Munich.
Lavinia works in philosophical logic and the philosophy of logic, mainly on truth and properties. Her interests revolve around deflationism, paradoxes, reference and aboutness, formal theories of truth, formal theories of properties, classes and extensions, absolute generality, neologicism, logical pluralism, logicality and logical constants.
- 2016 Minimalism, Reference, and Paradoxes, The Logica Yearbook 2015, Pavel Arazim and Michal Dancak (eds.), College Publications, London, pp. 163-178.
- 2014 ”La Paradoja de Yablo” (Yablo’s Paradox), in Paradojas, Paradojas y más Paradojas (Paradoxes, Paradoxes, and more Paradoxes), Eduardo Barrio (ed.), College Publications, London, pp. 27-40.
- 2014 ”La Teoría Revisionista de la Verdad” (The Revisionist Theory of Truth), in La Lógica de la Verdad (The Logic of Truth), Eduardo Barrio (ed.), Eudeba, Buenos Aires, pp. 117-186, joint publication with Natalia Buacar.
- 2013 “Notes on ω-inconsistent theories of truth in second-order languages”, Review of Symbolic Logic 6, pp. 733-741, joint publication with Eduardo Barrio.
- 2013 “Yablo’s Paradox in Second-Order Languages: Consistency and Unsatisfiability”, Studia Logica 101, pp. 601-617.
- 2012 ”The Old-Fashioned Yablo Paradox”, Análisis Filosófico 32, pp. 21-29.
- 2010 ”La Inocencia del Deflacionismo” (The Innocence of Deflationism), Manuscrito 33, pp. 425-443.