About Me: Ben Martin

I am currently an Assistant Professor in logic and the philosophy of science at the University of Padua, where I am also the PI for the PNRR-funded project “The Logical Science: How logics prove their worth through successful predictions” (2022-2025).

My research interests lie mainly within philosophical logic, philosophy of logic, and epistemology, particularly the logical paradoxes, the epistemology of logic, and the relationship between logic and the sciences.

Before joining Padua, I was a Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie Fellowship at the University of Bergen, and the PI for the Horizon2020-funded project “The Unknown Science: Understanding the Epistemology of Logic through Practice” (2018-21).

I am also an external member of the Bergen Logic Group and the DFG-funded project “Abductive Methodology in the Philosophy of Logic” (PI: Prof. Elke Brendel, Bonn), and co-founder of the European Network for the Philosophy of Logic.

On this website you can learn about my research, current and past projects, and recent events related to the project.

You can contact me by email, at


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