Go Back

Gabriel Sandu

Born November 6, 1954, Bucharest (Romania)

Master of Arts 1984, PhD 1991, docent in theoretical philosophy 1992, University of Helsinki
Master of Economics 1978, Academy of Economic Sciences (Bucharest)

Professor of theoretical philosophy 1998– and director of studies 2010­–, University of Helsinki
Acting professor 2007–2008, professor 2008–2009, Pantheon-Sorbonne University
Research professor 2004–2007, International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group, the French National Centre for Scientific Research
Director of the Department of Philosophy 2001–2003, University of Helsinki
Member of the departmental council of the Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies 2010–, University of Helsinki

Publications, research projects and other academic activities

Research themes
The philosophy of language, logic, formal semantics, anaphora, truth theory

Romanian presidential award of merit in the field of culture 2015
Member of the Academia Europaea
Member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters
Vice-chairman of the International Institute of Philosophy

Photo: Gabriel Sandu's home archive
Written by Gabriel Sandu (Tomas Sjöblom, ed.)
Translated by Matthew Billington

Probabilistic IF logic by Gabriel Sandu

This video shows Gabriel Sandu giving a lecture on the probabilistic interpretation of independence-friendly logic (IF logic) at the TARK conference in 2013. The conference was hosted by the Institute of Mathematical Sciences[S1] in Chennai, India.

Go Back