André Kfouri is a Master’s student in Philosophy at the NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities. In 2021, he graduated in Philosophy from the University of São Paulo, where he developed his bachelor’s research thesis, “Moral Theory and Vocabulary in G. E. M. Anscombe’s ‘Meanwhile'”, supervised by professors João Vergílio Cuter (USP) and Anderson Nakano (PUC-SP). He is currently working on his Master’s thesis, “Leaving Religion as it is: Truth, Belief and Imagination”, supervised by Prof. Nuno Venturinha, and has a scholarship under the project “Mary B. Hesse’s ‘New Epistemology’. Principles and Legacy“. His research interests include the works of Wittgenstein and Wittgensteinian approaches to epistemology, philosophy of action and philosophy of religion.