Professor Alexander Paseau

Professor of Mathematical Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy; Stuart Hampshire Fellow, Wadham College


Professor Alexander Paseau's research ranges widely over mathematical philosophy and beyond. He has published on topics in philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of logic, mathematical logic, philosophical logic, formal epistemology and formal metaphysics as well in ethics and philosophy of religion. He has edited a five-volume anthology on the philosophy of mathematics, and co-edited a collection on mathematical knowledge. He is the author of four recently or about to be published books: One True Logic (with Owen Griffiths), Indispensability (with Alan Baker), The Euclidean Programme (with Wes Wrigley), and What is Mathematics About? He has also written several pieces for a general academic audience and for the wider public.