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Manuel Grau
  • Graduate Fellow 2007-2008
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Biography

Manuel Grau is a dissertation candidate in philosophy at Tulane University, writing his dissertation, “A Defense of a System with no Meaning-Restrictions and a Verificationist Account of Truth,” under the direction of Professor Graeme Forbes He is concurrently enrolled in the Mathematics Department’s M.S. program, and is completing a thesis, “An Application of Algebraic Logic,” under the direction of Professor Micheal Mislove. His research interests include non-classical logic, decision theory, and the work of Rudolf Carnap.

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