Luis Rosa

I'm an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at CONCEPT, University of Cologne. Before that I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy. My area of specialization is epistemology.

Currently, my research focuses on (a) the rationality of suspended judgment, as well as this attitude's normative impact within a belief-system, (b) the connection between knowledge and uncertainty, and (c) the use and import of formal models in philosophy. I am also interested in conditionals, the indeterminacy of meaning, paradoxes, the semantics of fictional discourse, knowledge of possible but non-actual things, and the theoretical foundations of cognitive science/AI. Outside academia, I like surfing and skateboarding, and from time to time I compose electronic music songs.