I currently research issues of Kant's theoretical philosophy (such as cognitive intuition, analyticity, a priori knowledge, numbers, and externalism) relevant to analytic developments. The findings shall appear in a book titled Kantian Intuitionism. Also, I am editing a volume on Kantian Normativity, which is embarrassing late. Besides these main projects, I am polishing some papers on objects and norms of knowledge in Rickert’s epistemology and philosophy of mathematics. Below are the publications I regret the least.
Kantian Externalism and its Issues. (under review)
The Roots of Wittgenstein’s Analyticity. ALWS Proceedings. (forthcoming)
Rickert’s Philosophy of Mathematics. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Kantian Externalism from Riehl to Putnam. De Gruyter, 2021.
On Kantian Intuitions and Mathematics. De Gruyter, 2018.
Wittgenstein’s Quasi-Intuitionism. ALWS Proceedings, 2018.
On Kantian Intuitions. NAKS Series, 2018.
Perceptions, Intuitions, and Mathematics. A Kantian Perspective. ALWS Proceeding, 2017.
Kant and the Neo-Kantians on Mathematics. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Paolo Parrini’s Il Valore della Verità. Kantian Review, 2015.