Professor, PhilosophyDepartmental Liason to Cognitive Science, Philosophy
Office: Sycamore 125
Phone: (812) 855-2404
See also: Professor Ludwig's homepage
- Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, Philosophy, June 1990.
- B.S., University of California, Santa Barbara, Physics, 1981, summa cum laude.
- Professor, Department of Philosophy, Indiana University, August 2010-present.
- Colonel Alan R. and Margaret G. Crow CLAS Term Professor, August 2008-July 2010.
- Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Florida, June 2005 – July 2008.
- Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Florida, June 1995 – May 2005.
- Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Florida, August 1990 - May 1995.
Research InterestsPhilosophy of language, especially theories of meaning, truth and logical form in natural language; philosophy of mind; philosophy of action, especially collective action; epistemology.
I work on foundational issues in the philosophy of language (esp. logical form and semantics), epistemology, the philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of action (esp. collective action). Among other projects, I am currently working on a book on collective agency titled, Collective Action: From Individual to Institutional Agency.