mariateresa.marques AT upf.edu
Teresa Marques was educated at the University of Lisbon, the University of St. Andrews and the University of Stirling. She specializes in philosophy of language and philosophical logic, and has interests also in metaphysics, meta-ethics, and feminism. She has published on the ambiguity of negation, bivalence and paradoxes, on singular reference and object-dependent thoughts, and on relativism and the difference between content and force/mode. She has been working further on the nature of practical disagreements, retractions, and on social categories and social construction. Teresa is co-editor of Disputatio with Célia Teixeira.
She is currently a Marie Curie Research Fellow with the Philosophy of Law Group at University Pompeu Fabra, working on a project on collective attitudes and normative disagreement.