Fabrizio Cariani

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I am a philosopher at Northwestern University.

I am interested in meaning, uncertainty, agency, modality, collective attitudes, the open future, explanation, chance, mathematics, decisions, rationality and more.

I can't write on everything in that list, so my projects have focused on the semantics of modals, and on issues in social epistemology.

I am currently writing a book on the way we think and talk about the future (as well as some new papers on normative and modal uncertainty).

I am presently an editor at Philosopher's Imprint

email: f-cariani at northwestern.edu

Department of Philosophy, Northwestern University, Kresge Hall, 1880 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208

Conditionals in Selection Semantics
2019. Proceedings of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium
Homogenous Alternative Semantics with Simon Goldstein
2017. Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium
Selection Function Semantics for Will with Paolo Santorio
2015. Proceedings of the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium
Some questions about The Problem of the Problem of Induction
Comments on R. White's contribution to the 10th Annual Episteme Conference
2015. Episteme
Deontic Logic and Normative Systems. Proceedings of DEON 2014
co-edited with D. Grossi, J. Meheus and X. Parent
2014. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 8554, Springer
Modus Ponens
2013. Aphex vol. 7. (survey article in Italian)
Mathematical Induction and Explanatory Value in Mathematics
(self-archived and no longer in progress paper on mathematical explanation)
Review of François Recanati's Truth-Conditional Pragmatics
2012. Philosophical Quarterly