Logos

Research Group in Analytic Philosophy

LOGOS

is an international group of researchers who work on core issues in a variety of central areas of philosophy. Their diversified research is unified by a common methodological approach to philosophical questions and problems properly characterized as analytic. The group’s research activities can broadly be classified into four main areas: language and logic; metaphysics and mind; knowledge, science and methodology; and issues in practical and applied philosophy.

LOGOS

regularly hosts researchers and students visiting from other institutions. Its members lead a number of individual or joint research projects covering topics within its remit. The group’s activities include research seminars and reading groups, public colloquia with invited speakers, and the organization of conferences and workshops. LOGOS participates in the philosophy branch of the Master and PhD programme in Language and Cognitive Science (CCiL) and in the Master and PhD programme in Analytic Philosophy (APhil).

LOGOS

was founded in 1993, and has been officially recognized as a consolidated research group by the Generalitat de Catalunya since 2001. The latest such recognition was received for the cycle 2014-2016 under grant 2014-SGR-81.