L. M. Warenski, Ph.D., The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
Dissertation: "The Epistemological Status of Logic." Advisor: Hartry Field Dissertation Committee: Hartry Field (New York University), Jonathan Adler, Arnold Koslow, Georges Rey (University of Maryland), and Steve Ross
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I am the K.D. Irani Visiting Endowed Assistant Professor in the philosophy department at City College of New York. I work primarily in epistemology. I often describe my work in epistemology as being located at the intersection of epistemology and the philosophy of science, but it also overlaps significantly with philosophy of language and philosophy of logic.
I am especially interested basic belief-forming methodologies such as deduction, induction, and inference to the best explanation. Some of my recent research encompasses naturalism, fallibilism, and a priori justification. I am currently working on several interrelated projects in metaepistemology, where I develop and defend an evaluativist view of normative epistemic properties that is somewhat analogous to a constructivist position in metaethics. I have also have interests in applied epistemology; specifically, I am interested in epistemic issues that arise within the banking industry.