Adam Marushak

About Me

I’m a PhD candidate in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh. I work mainly on epistemology, philosophy of language, and philosophy of mind. My current research focuses on the semantics of reason claims. I’m particularly interested in how the semantics of epistemic modals can help us understand talk of reasons for belief. I’m also interested in the epistemology of perception and neglected propositional attitudes like hope and fear.

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