Luis Rosa

I'm an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at CONCEPT, University of Cologne. My area of specialization is epistemology.

Currently, my research focuses on (a) the rationality of suspended judgment, (b) the connection between coherence and responsiveness to the evidence, and (c) paradoxes of knowability. I am also interested in conditionals & suppositional reasoning, the indeterminacy of meaning, the semantics of fictional discourse, knowledge of possible but non-actual things, and the theoretical foundations of cognitive science/artificial intelligence. Outside academia, I like surfing and skateboarding, and from time to time I compose electronic music songs.

At this moment I'm writing a book about the epistemology of agnostic attitudes (doubt, suspended judgment) and the impact of uncertainty within a web of belief. Send me an email if you'd like to read the chapters. Email: