Colin R. Caret
I am an Assistant Professor in the unit of Theoretical Philosophy at Utrecht University. My primary research is in philosophical logic, epistemology, and philosophy of science, but I am also quite enamored with the strains of skepticism and idealism found in pre-Qin Daoism and early Buddhism. Thanks to my wonderful collaborators, I currently have an Erdős number of 5. You can find a list of my publications below and more information about me at PhilPeople. You can reach me at [myfirstname][dot][mylastname][at]protonmail[dot]com
Forthcoming. "In Pursuit of the Non-Trivial". Episteme.
Forthcoming. "Why Logical Pluralism?". Synthese.
2017. "The Collapse of Logical Pluralism has been Greatly Exaggerated". Erkenntnis, 82.4, 739-760.
2017. "Hybridized Paracomplete and Paraconsistent Logics". Australasian Journal of Logic 14.1, 281-325.
2015. "Logical Consequence: Its Nature, Structure, and Application" in Caret and Hjortland (eds.), Foundations of Logical Consequence. Oxford University Press.
2015. "A Note on Contraction-Free Logic for Validity". Topoi 34.1, 63-74. [co-authored with Zach Weber]
2014. "'That’s Deflatable’ – Sets vs. Truth". The Reasoner 8.11, 120-121.
2008. "True, False, Paranormal, and 'Designated'?: a Reply to Jenkins". Analysis 68.3, 238- 243. [co-authored with Aaron Cotnoir]