“Questions and Answers on Formal Philosophy,” pages 97–104 in Masses of Formal Philosophy, edited by Vincent F. Hendricks and John Symonds, Automatic Press, 2006

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My entry in a book of interviews of philosophers who work on the more formal side of the discipline. It gives an account of how I got into this area, what I think logic is good for – when it comes to philosophy – and where I think we should head.

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