Andrew Tedder

I am a philosophical logician working on nonclassical logics (especially of the relevant, substructural, paraconsistent, and modal varieties), and their applications to issues of philosophical interest (e.g. modal metaphysics, information, inconsistent mathematics). 

I'm currently a research fellow at the Department of Philosophy I at the Ruhr University Bochum, as part of the Logic in Bochum group.

Previously, I have been a research fellow at the University of Vienna, in the Institute Vienna Circle, and the Czech Academy of Sciences, cross-posted between the Department of Logic in the Institute of Philosophy and the Department of Theoretical Computer Science in the Institute of Computer Science. I received a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Connecticut in 2018.

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