About me

I’m a philosopher (Ph.D. the Graduate Center, CUNY) based at Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas (UNAM), where I’m a postdoctoral researcher. My goal is to describe a philosophy of language suitable for mathematical language, in order to better understand how we acquire mathematical knowledge. In addition to studying objective conceptual contents, I also study how their antecedents entered our species and our culture. Recently, prior to joining the institute, I have been writing an entry on the great Alonzo Church for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. You’re welcome to email me at OMarshall @ gradcenter.cuny.edu

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