Francesco Orilia obtained his Ph.D. in philosophy at Indiana University, Bloomington (1986) and he is now a professor of philosophy of language at the University of Macerata. His main research interests are in ontology, philosophy of time and philosophical logic.
Author's articles on Argumenta
- Logical and Ontological Issues in the Manifest and the Scientific Images: An Introduction [Special Issue]
- Cohabiting with the Logical Paradoxes: A Negative Assessment and a Proposal [Special Issue]
- In Defense of Irreducible Relations [Special Issue]
- Epistemological Issues in the Manifest and the Scientific Images: An Introduction [Special Issue]