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. "Simple Semantics for Logics of Indeterminate Epistemic Closure". The Logica Yearbook.
2021. "Why Logical Pluralism?". Synthese. 198.20, 4947--4968.
2021. “Pluralistic Perspectives on Logic: an Introduction to the Special Issue”. Synthese. 198.20, 4789--4800. [co-edited with Teresa Kouri Kissell]
2021. "In Pursuit of the Non-Trivial". Episteme. 18.2, 282–297.
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]
forthcoming. Logical Pluralism (Elements in Philosophical Logic). Cambridge University Press.
2015. Foundations of Logical Consequence. Oxford University Press. [co-edited with Ole Hjortland]
forthcoming. "Review of Gil Sagi and Jack Woods, The Semantic Conception of Logic''. The Philosophical Quarterly.
2017. "Review of Terence Horgan, Essays on Paradoxes". Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
2011. "Review of Jc Beall, Spandrels of Truth". Mind 120, 503-506. [co-authored with David Ripley]
2008. "Review of Graham Priest, Doubt Truth to Be a Liar". Review of Modern Logic 11, 133-139.
2021. Special Issue: Pluralistic Perspectives on Logic. Synthese. [co-edited with Teresa Kouri Kissel]
2017. Book symposium on Graham Priest’s One. International Journal of Philosophical Studies 25.4.