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Jacinto, Bruno

Dr. Bruno Jacinto

Postdoctoral Fellow

Contact

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

Office:
Ludwigstr. 31
Room 221
D-80539 München


Website: http://brunojacinto.net/

Further Information

I recently held an Assistant Lectureship in the Philosophy Department of the University of St Andrews. I did my PhD in Philosophy at the Arché Research Centre, University of St Andrews. Before going to St Andrews I did an MSc in Logic at the ILLC, University of Amsterdam. I am currently also an associate member of the LanCog research group of the Centre of Philosophy of the University of Lisbon.

Research Interests

My research is mainly in metaphysics, logic and the philosophy of language. My dissertation was on the metaphysics of modality, specifically, on the interaction between metaphysical modality and higher-order quantification. I have also worked on the semantics of 'knowing wh-' constructions, proof theoretic stability and hylomorphic mereology. My current research projects are on the metaphysics of modality, normativity of logic and theoretical equivalence.

Publications

  • Jacinto, Bruno; Cotnoir, Aaron J. (forthcoming)
    Models for Hylomorphism
    In: Journal of Philosophical Logic
  • Jacinto, Bruno (2018)
    Serious Actualism and Higher-Order Predication
    In: Journal of Philosophical Logic, Online First
  • Jacinto, Bruno (2017)
    Strongly Millian Second-Order Modal Logics
    In: The Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 10, No. 3: pp. 397-454
  • Jacinto, Bruno; Stephen Read (2017)
    General-Elimination Stability
    In: Studia Logica, Vol. 105, No. 2: pp. 361-405
  • Aloni, Maria; Jacinto, Bruno (2014)
    Knowing Who: How Perspectives and Contexts Interact
    In: Lihoreau, Franck and Rebuschi, Manuel (eds.): Epistemology, Context and Formalism. Springer. pp. 81-107.