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About me

My full name is Christian Andrés Romero-Rodríguez. 


I am a Ph.D. student at UNAM's Graduate Program in Philosophy of Science under the supervision of Luis Estrada-González. I work in Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic in Science. My PhD dissertation is titled “A philosophical study of empty and overcomplete logics." 


I have a Bachelor's degree in philosophy and a Master's degree in Philosophy at the Universidad del Valle, in Cali, Colombia. My Bachelor's thesis was titled "Between Inconsistency and Triviality: A Classical and Non-Classical Review of Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem in Hilbert's Formalism". The Master's thesis was titled: "Between the Verum ex Quodlibet and the Cornubia rule: A study of the metalogical relationship between relevant and paraconsistent logics", both of theses under the supervision of German Guerrero-Pino.


I am particularly interested in non-classical Logics, Philosophy of Logic and History of Logic. Between 2020 and 2024 I will be focused on the logical and philosophical development of e emptiness logics and overcompleteness logics: Logical Trivialism, Logical Nihilism, Logical Minimalism, Logical Possibilism.


I'm currently part of the group of thesis students of Philosophy of Formal Sciences (FiCiForTes), of the Associated Students Program of the UNAM's Institute for Philosophical Research and of the PAPIIT Project IN403719 “Intensionality all the way down: new perspectives on logical relevance” led by Luis Estrada-González. Also, since 2013 I have been part of the Research group Episteme: Philosophy and Science of the Universidad del Valle and I am an active member of the Mexican Academy of Logic. – March 2015 until today.

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"Indeed, even at this stage I predict a time when there will be mathematical

investigations of calculi containing contradictions, and people will actually be proud of having emancipated themselves even from consistency"

Wittgenstein, Philosophical Remarks

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