PD Dr. Martin Fischer

Assistant Professor

Lehrstuhl für Logik und Sprachphilosophie, MCMP


Ludwigstr. 31

Raum 122

80539 München



Mittwochs 11:00 - 12:00 Uhr


Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1

Further Information

Martin Fischer studied at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich where he did his masters in 2003 and his PhD in 2007. Supported by the DAAD he spent one term in Oxford during 2006. From 2007 until 2010 he worked as a research fellow in the "Formal Epistemology Project" by Igor Douven at the K.U. Leuven in Belgium. From December 2010 till October 2011 he was a Visiting Fellow at the MCMP, supported by the DAAD and MCMP. From November 2011 till 2018 he was working in the DFG-funded project 'Syntactical Treatments of Interacting Modalities’. Since 2019 he is a PD at the LMU. 2018/19 he spent one year in Pisa at the SNS. Since September 2019 he is working at the LMU in his own DFG funded project: Logics: From tolerance to pluralism.

Research Interests

Martin Fischer's research interests are in logic (axiomatic theories of truth, syntactical treatments of modality, interpretability, non-classical logics), epistemology (Realism/Antirealism debate, Fitch paradox, Putnam's model-theoretic argument) and philosophy of language (Davidson, Quine, Deflationism).

Recent Publications






  • Stern, Johannes; Fischer, Martin (2014)
    Paradoxes of Interaction?
    In: Journal of Philosophical Logic.
  • Fischer, Martin (2014)
    Truth and Speed-Up
    In: Review of Symbolic Logic. Vol. 7, No. 2: pp. 319-340 (Full text available)