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Dissertation advisors: Paolo Mancosu and Barry Stroud
B.A. in Philosophy, Stanford University
M.A. in Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley
Tamar works in the areas of epistemology and mathematical and philosophical logic. Her research interests include: reasons for belief, justification, epistemic luck, modal logic, topological and probabilistic semantics for modal logic, and dynamic topological logic.
Please click here to see my Curriculum Vitae.
Please click here to see my paper, `Dynamic measure logic.’ (Forthcoming in Annals of Pure and Applied Logic)
Please click here to see my paper, `Completeness of S4 for the Lebesgue measure algebra.’ (Journal of Philosophical Logic, 2010)
Please click here to see my paper, `Conclusive reasons to believe.’
Please click here to see my paper, `Fractal completeness techniques in topological modal logic.’
You can also view my Teaching Dossier.
AND… you can view my photography site at www.tamarlando.com.