Hi! I’m Daniel Vecchio. I successfully defended my doctoral dissertation on May 9, 2016. My research was on Aristotle’s modal syllogistic, and it’s applications in metaphysics and the philosophy of science. While my primary research is on Aristotle, logic, and metaphysics, I have a passion for the philosophy of religion, Thomas Aquinas, and the Catholic faith. Much of my blog is dedicated towards working out my faith reasonably, though I do throw up some topics that are more strictly related to Aristotle and logic, from time to time.
For more information on the courses I have taught and my CV, please visit my profile on Academia, or my profile on Vitae. I’ve also filled out that survey on philpapers.org, so you can check out my responses there, if you are interested.
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