Louis Doulas


I did my MA in philosophy at Brandeis University where I worked with Eli Hirsch and Berislav Marušić.2018 Before Brandeis, I wrote about art for a few years in New York City.2012–15 And before that, I received a BFA in studio art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.2011

My primary research interests lie in metaphysics (time, mereology, ontology, metametaphysics, fundamentality) but often intersect with issues in epistemology, the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of mathematics.

You can reach me here: louisdoulas@gmail.com

Drafts of the papers below are available, just email me for a PDF. Comments are welcome.

Modest Moorean Metaphysics
Lewis’s Counterexample to Locke’s Thesis
Semantics for Skeptics(Undergoing revision)
Reading Ontology Off Language(Draft coming soon)