Paul Horwich is a British analytic philosopher at New York University, whose work includes writings on causality and philosophy of science and philosophy of physics, the philosophy of language (especially truth, and meaning) and Wittgenstein’s later philosophy. Horwich earned his PhD from Cornell University; his thesis advisor was Richard Boyd (title of the doctoral thesis: The Metric and Topology of Time). He has previously taught at MIT, University College London, and CUNY Graduate Center. Among his publications: Probability and Evidence (Cambridge University Press, 1982), Asymmetries in Time (MIT Press, Bradford Books, 1987), Truth (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990; 2nd edn. 1998), Truth (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990; 2nd edn. 1998), Meaning (Oxford University Press, 1998), From a Deflationary Point of View (Oxford University Press, 2004), Reflections on Meaning (Oxford University Press, 2005), Truth-Meaning-Reality (Oxford University Press, 2010), Wittgenstein’s Metaphilosophy (Oxford University Press, 2012).