Dr Sam Carter

Research Fellow

Dr Sam Carter

Areas of expertise: philosophy of language; logic; epistemology

Email: sam.carter@acu.edu.au

Location: ACU Melbourne Campus

I mostly work in the intersection of philosophy of language, logic, and linguistics. I’m especially interested in issues to do with conversation and information. I also work in epistemology, on things to do with knowledge, justification and their relationship to what is normal.

I did my PhD at Rutgers University. Before that, I did a BPhil at the University of Oxford and an undergraduate degree at the University of Edinburgh.

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Select publications

A Suppositional Theory of Conditionals. (forthcoming). Mind.

The Dynamics of Loose Talk. (forthcoming) Noûs.

Vagueness and Discourse Dynamics. (forthcoming) In Daniel Altshuler (ed.), Linguistics Meets Philosophy. Cambridge: CUP.

Higher Order Ignorance inside the Margins. (2019). Philosophical Studies. 176(8): 1789–1806.

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