Professor José Zalabardo
My research covers areas of epistemology, metaphysics and philosophical semantics, as well as the interpretation of Wittgenstein’s philosophy. I’ve recently completed books on Scepticism (OUP 2012) and Wittgenstein’s Early Philosophy (OUP 2015). I am currently interested in developing a pragmatist account of representation and truth.
For more information please see my website.
I teach courses in epistemology, metaphysics, logic and Wittgenstein’s philosophy. I am currently teaching a 2nd-year undergraduate course on Intermediate Logic and a 3rd-year undergraduate/postgraduate course on Early Wittgenstein.
IRIS Researcher Profile
Doctor of Philosophy
|University of Michigan|
Master of Philosophy
|University of St Andrews|
Bachelor of Arts
|Universidad Autonoma de Madrid|
I did my undergraduate degree at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, an MPhil at St Andrews and a PhD at the University of Michigan. I was a lecturer at the University of Birmingham for six years. I've been at UCL since 2000.