Robert Vinten
Postdoctoral Researcher

Robert Vinten (PhD, Universidade Nova, 2018) has previously studied at Oxford Brookes University (PGCE, 2008), the University of Reading, Georgia State University (MA Philosophy, 2000) and the University of Glasgow (MA Hons, Philosophy, 1997). His theses at Universidade Nova, Georgia State, and Glasgow have all been concerned with aspects of the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the FCT project ‘Epistemology of Religious Belief: Wittgenstein, Grammar, and the Contemporary World’.

Publications
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book chapters
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2021
ArgLab • book chapters
Response to Etienne Balibar’s “Ontological Difference, anthropological difference, and equal liberty”
Response to Etienne Balibar’s “Ontological Difference, anthropological difference, and equal liberty”
Robert Vinten
S. Sckell (Ed.), Meeting Balibar: a discussion on equal liberty and differences. Lisbon: CEDIS (forthcoming).
2021
ArgLab • book chapters
Wittgenstein, Justice and Liberalism
Wittgenstein, Justice and Liberalism
Robert Vinten
A. Barata, & J. M. Santos (Eds.), Forms of Life, Economy and Society (Coll. Ta Pragmata). Covilhã: Lusofia (forthcoming).
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
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