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Education:
  • B.A.: Department of Mathematics, University of Athens
  • M.A.: Philosophy and History of Science and Technology in the joined program of the Department of Philosophy and History of Science, University of Athens and the School of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences, National Technical University of Athens
  • PhD: in the joined program of the Department of Philosophy and

           History of Science, University of Athens and the School of Applied Mathematics and

           Physical Sciences, National Technical University of Athens

  • Postdoctoral fellowship from the Greek State Scholarships

           Foundation: Research on Implicit Definitions and a priori knowledge




Research interests:

Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic,      Analytic Metaphysics,        Philosophy of Science
 




Selected publications:

(PhD thesis) A critical investigation of the argumentation of Neofregeanism/Neologicism on the ontological status of numbers as objects and the origins of arithmetical knowledge




Books in Greek

            Christopoulou, D.  (2017)   P. Benacerraf's dilemmas, Athens, Okto

            Christopoulou, D. (2018)    Introduction to Philosophical Logic     (it includes the translation of E. J. Lowe's article "Philosophical Logic")





Papers:



           Christopoulou, D(2019) “Sets and Necessity”, Politeia, vol. Ι (3), 99-110

        

Christopoulou, D.(2015)  "Dealing with Quine's “wolf”:  is 2nd order logic ontologically committal?" Philosophical Inquiry, 39, 1, 63-80





Christopoulou, D. (2013) "How Hermann Weyl Could Deal with Paul Benacerraf's (1973) Challenge to Realism?", Philosophy Study, vol.3 (8) 529-537



Christopoulou, D. (2013) “On the synthetic content of implicit definitions”,



Christopoulou, D. (2012) "Two German philosophers of mathematics, two epistemological traditions: Frege and Weyl on abstraction",
Proceedings, 5th International Conference, European Society for the History of Science



Christopoulou, D. (2011) “On a double aspect of numbers as universals and 
Objects”, Logic and Philosophy of Science, Vol. IX, No 1, 229-245





Christopoulou, D. (2010) “Identity criteria in Metaphysics of abstract objects”, Defcalion, 224-258 (in Greek)



Christopoulou, D. (2009) "Carnap’s conditionals as implicit definitions of the meaning of scientific terms: the conflict between Horwich and Hale & Wright" Proceedings of the 5th Greek Conference on History, Philosophy and Teaching of Physical Sciences, Cyprus, Juhn 2009 (in Greek)



Christopoulou, D. (2007) "Hartry Field on Contingent Nominalism"Mathematical Review, Vol. 67, 46-62 (in Greek)



Christopoulou, D. (2000) “Paul Benacerraf and the epistemic challenge to mathematical Realism”, Defcalion, 2000, 18/1, 45-70, (in Greek)
 




With S. Psillos

Psillos, S.& Christopoulou, D. (2009) "The A Priori: Between Conventions and Implicit Definitions". In Nikola Kompa, Christian Nimtz, Christian Suhm (eds.), The a priori and its role in philosophy, Mentis, 205-220


Christopoulou, D. & Psillos, S. (2008) “The Concept of Number and the Number of a Concept: an analysis of Frege’s Grundlagen“, Noesis, 3, 79-114 (in Greek)

           

         Χριστοπούλου, Δ. και Ψύλλος, Σ. (2005) «Νεο-λογικισµός: Προβλήµατα και Προοπτικές»,  Νεύσις, 14,    152-73



          


           With D. Anapolitanos


          Anapolitanos, A. D. and Christopoulou, D. (2019) Aristotelian Time”  Metaphysica, 20 (1),  35-49   

 


           Christopoulou, D., Anapolitanos, D., Alexiadou, M.  “Hume's Problem of Enumerative Induction Reconsidered. Building on 
          Armstrong and Harman's Accounts”Philosophical Inquiry, 41 (1), Winter 2017,  86-97





 
 
 
BOOK REVIEW D CHRISTOPOULOU

Bonjour, L.  (1998) In defense of Pure Reason: A rationalist account of a priori justification, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
Νεύσις   10   (2001),    206-213
 
 

    

 
International Conferences:

1. Workshop: A Priori knowledge and Implicit Definitions, Freie University, Berlin, Semptember 2006

2. 17th Novembertagung Conference, University of Edinburgh
Science Studies Unit, Edinburgh, 3-4 November 2006

3. 21th Symposium Logica, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Republic
18-22 June 2007

4. BSPS (British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual 
Conference), University of Bristol, 5-6 July 2007

5. Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association, 
University of Bristol, 6-8 July 2007

6. 1st Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association 
(EPSA), Madrid, 14-17 Nοvember 2007

7. ECAP6, European Congress of Analytic Philosophy, Krakow, 21-25 
August 2008

8. Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association, 
University of East Anglia, Norwich, 10-12 July 2009

9. Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association 
Sussex University, 7-9 July 2011

10. 3rd Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association 
(EPSA), University of Athens, 5-7 Οctober 2011

11. 5th International Conference, Society for the History of Science, Athens, 2012

12. Conference “The Analysis of theoretical terms”, Mathematical Philosophy Center, Ludwig Maximilians Universitat, Mόnchen, April 2013 (as invited speaker)

13. ENFA 7 ​Seventh National Meeting In Analytic Philosophy School Of Arts And Humanities, University Of Lisbon, ​​September, 2018 




Selected papers delivered:

“Janus’ face of natural numbers”

“Abstraction Principles and Discovery”

"Ramseyfying implicit definitions”

“On the synthetic content of implicit definitions”

“On a double aspect of numbers as universals and objects”

“Implicitly defining mathematical terms”

“Benacerraf’s challenge to ethical realism” (with S. Virvidakis)

“The a priori: between conventions and implicit definitions” (with S. Psillos)


Courses:

Courses in the Philosophy Department, University of Patras (2007-2014) :
  • Logic (Propositional and Predicate Logic)
  • Philosophical Logic
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Metaphysics
  • Epistemology
  • Modality and possible worlds
  • Issues of Medieval Philosophy
  • Analytic Philosophy

Courses in the University of Athens:

Department of History and Philosophy of science
(2008-2010): Philosophy of Mathematics   (under graduate)
Mathematical Analysis      (under graduate)



Courses in the Panteion University:
Department of Psychology (2007-2008): History of Ideas


Post Graduate Courses in the Department of Educational Studies     (2017-2019)    Philosophy of Mathematics


Courses in the Mathematics Department       (2014-2019)

Post graduate

Philosophy of Mathematics   (2013-14)   (2014-15)   (2015-16)  (2016-17) (2017-18)  (2018-19)

Mathematical Logic   (2015-16)

Under graduate

Philosophy of Mathematics

Epistemology of Mathematics


Courses in the Philosophy and the Psychology Department

Logic,         Mathematical Logic









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