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David DeVidi

Professor (Department of Philosophy Chair)

David DeVidi portraitAreas of interest

Logic, Philosophy of Mathematics, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Disability, and Philosophy of Language

Selected publications

  • 2014: “Advocacy, Autism and Autonomy,” in Autism and Philosophy, edited by Jami Anderson and Simon Cushing, eds., Rowman and Littlefield.

  • 2011: “The Municipal By-Laws of Thought,” in Logic, Mathematics, Philosophy: Vintage Enthusiasms (Springer, co-edited with Michael Hallett and Peter Clark).
  • 2001: Logical Options: An Introduction to Classical and Alternative Logics (Broadview, with John L. Bell and Graham Solomon).

Selected grants, fellowships, awards

Selected supervisions

  • Non-classical (constructive/intuitionistic, intermediate,  relevant, modal) logics, especially in relation to metaphysics
  • Philosophy of logic and of mathematics (foundations, vagueness, paradoxes, pluralism)
  • Philosophy of disability

Contact information
519-888-4567 x35701
Office: HH 325

University of Waterloo

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