PhD in Science, Cognition and Technology, University of Bologna (2010-2014).
CIS – Department of Philosophy and Communication
University of Bologna
Via Zamboni 38
Master Degree in Philosophy, University of Bologna, 2010.
Research: Logic, philosophy of logic, philosophy of language, epistemology, semantics.
Thesis research: In my PhD project I try to present a first-order epistemic logic based on a so-called “indexed modal language” that avoids some of the expressive limitations of standard modal languages. By means of this language I will try to develop a formal system that is able to express, among other things, the difference between knowing that and knowing who, and I will try to develop a first-order logic for common knowledge.
Corsi G., Orlandelli E. (2013) 'Free Quantified Epistemic Logics', Studia Logica,
(2009) Necessarily Borderline Sentences, 5th Navarra Workshop on Vagueness, University of Navarra.
(2009) Liberalizing moderatism (with F.Ferrari), 2nd SIFA Graduate Conference, University of Bologna.
(2010) Modearate Neo-Mooreanism (with F.Ferrari), Justification Revisited Conference, University of Geneva.
(2010) Modearate Neo-Mooreanism (with F.Ferrari), 9thSIFA National Conference, University of Padua.
Fluent in English