UCL Philosophy


Professor María José Frápolli 

I am a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at UCL. I am also Full Professor of Logic  and Philosophy of Science at the Department of Philosophy I (University of Granada, Spain) and IP of the Research Project Naturalismo, Expresivismo y Normatividad (Ref. FFI2013-44836-P)

My main philosophical interests belong to the philosophy of language and the philosophy of logic, widely conceived. My Marie Curie Project (EMEHOC) aims to offer a complete analysis of the meaning of higher-level concepts (truth, knowledge, logical constants) from an expressivist and pragmatist perspective.

EMEHOC has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement 653056.


Activities organized by the project: 

17th February 2016: 

Workshop on Non Truth Conditional Meaning

Speakers (in alphabetical order): 

Prof. R. Carston (Linguistics UCL): Non-truth-conditional meaning and the conceptual/procedural distinction

Prof. D. Edgington (Philosophy Birkbeck): Varieties of non-truth-conditional meaning, and the case of 'if'

Prof. M. J. Frápolli (Philosophy UCL): Expressivism and Semantic Irrelevance

Prof. J. Zalabardo (Philosophy UCL): Empiricist Pragmatism

IRIS Researcher Profile

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Dr Maria Frapolli Sanz


Department of Philosophy


  • Marie Curie Research Fellow
    Dept of Philosophy
    Faculty of Arts & Humanities

Joined UCL