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Dr. Filippo Ferrari

Filippo Ferrari 

Filippo Ferrari is currently a Research Fellow at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Bonn, working within the remit of the DFG  project “Disagreement in Philosophy”.
His research focuses primarily on two clusters of topics: (i) the normative aspects of enquiry, with a special emphasis on disagreement and retraction, and (ii) the debate about the nature of truth, particularly with respect to deflationism, relativism and pluralism.
Ferrari has recently completed his PhD thesis at the University of Aberdeen on the topic of the normativity of truth and disagreement, under the supervision of Crispin Wright and Carrie Ichikawa Jenkins.

Recent Publications

  • (2016) ‘Assessment Sensitivity’ Analysis (doi: 10.1093/analys/anw021)
  • (2016) ‘Disagreement about Taste and Alethic Suberogation’, Philosophical Quarterly, 66 (264): 516-535 doi:10.1093/pq/pqv116
  • (2015) ‘Truth and Naturalism’ (with Douglas Edwards and Michael Lynch), in Kelly Clark (ed.) Blackwell Companion to Naturalism, Oxford: Blackwell, pp.246-261 (ISBN: 978-1-118-65760-7).
  • (2014) ‘Radical Relativism and Retraction’ (with Dan Zeman), in Bacchini F., Caputo S., Dell'Ultri M. (eds), New Frontiers in Truth: Cambridge: Scholar Publishing, 80-102.
  • (2010) ‘Relative Truth’, Disputatio, 3(28): 334-343.

Submitted Papers

  • ‘Critical Notice of “Relativism and Monadic Truth”’ for Mind (with Crispin Wright)
  • ‘The Value of Minimalist Truth’ (minor revision, Synthese)
  • ‘Normative (Alethic) Pluralism (under review, the Journal of Philosophy)
  • ‘Epistemic Peer Disagreement’ for The Routledge Handbook of Social Epistemology (with Nikolaj Pedersen)

Some Work in Progress

  • ‘Deflationary Pluralism’ (with Sebastiano Moruzzi)
  • ’The Integration Challenge’ (with Sebastiano Moruzzi)
  • ‘Normative Pluralism and Alethic Pluralism’ (for an OUP volume on Truth and Logical Pluralism)

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