Above: My students at Clare College, Cambridge, did this amazing drawing for my birthday (2016).


Hi! This is the home page of Thomas Schindler. Currently, I'm a Research Associate at the Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol, where I'm part of the ERC funded project Truth and Semantics. I'm also on the Editorial Committee for the journal Dialectica. Previously, I have held positions as a Marie Curie Fellow at the Institute for Language, Logic, and Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam (2018 - 2020) and as a Junior Research Fellow at Clare College, University of Cambridge (2015 - 2018). Before that, I did my PhD at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP) at LMU Munich (2012 - 2015), of which I remain an external member.

I work mostly in the intersection of logic, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, and philosophy of mathematics. I have a particular interest in theories of truth (especially deflationism), the nature of abstract objects (especially properties, classes, and numbers), the semantic and logical paradoxes, and type-free theories. I also have a huge interest in the philosophy of Schopenhauer. You can find out more about my research here.

My MSCA project was called "The logical function of property talk" (2018 - 2020). I have also been a main researcher on the DFG funded project "Reference patterns of paradox" (2016 - 2019).

You can find my CV here and download my papers here.

You can also find me at:

Thick-skinned pomegranates,

Forced open by excess of seeds,

You make me think of foreheads

Bursting with discoveries.

--- Paul Valéry


thomas.schindler1980 at gmail dot com