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Sagi, Gil

Dr. Gil Sagi

Assistant Professor

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Mailing Address:
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Fakultät für Philosophie, Wissenschaftstheorie
und Religionswissenschaft
Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
D-80539 München


Website: http://gilisagi.wix.com/gil-sagi

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Further Information

Gil Sagi completed her BSc degree in mathematics and philosophy as well as her MA and PhD degree in Philosophy at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Right after that, in the fall of 2013, she joined MCMP as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow, and since April 2015 she is an Assistant Professor.

Research Interests

Gil Sagi's research interests are in the philosophy of logic (logical consequence, formality, logical terms, logic and natural language), the philosophy of language (the analytic/synthetic distinction, contextualism and relativism), the philosophy of mathematics (foundations), and the history of the philosophy of logic (Frege, Tarski, Carnap).

Further Activities

Gil has initiated and organized various activities as a graduate student at the Hebrew University, including funded research groups on logic, language and metaphysics, as well as the first HUJI Graduate Conference in Philosophy (2012).

Awards

Gil Sagi has received various awards as a Bachelor and Master student of the Hebrew University and as a visiting student abroad. As a PhD student she received the Polonsky PhD fellowship (2009-2013) and the Yael Cohen memorial prize for excellency in philosophical research.

Recent and Forthcoming Publications

  • The Modal and Epistemic Arguments Against the Invariance Criterion for Logical Terms, Journal of Philosophy, forthcoming.
  • Formality in Logic: From Logical Terms to Semantic Constraints, Logique et Analyse, 2014.
  • Models and Logical Consequence, Journal of Philosophical Logic, 2014.
  • Sher and Shapiro on Logical Terms, M. Peliš and V. Puncochár (eds): The Logica Yearbook 2010, College Publications, London, 2011.