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Research

2024

2023

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Christine Ladd-Franklin” in Lydia Moland and Alison Laura Stone, eds., Oxford Handbook of American and British Women Philosophers in the Nineteenth Century (Oxford University Press: 2023).
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “John Eliot’s Logick Primer: A Bilingual English-Massachusett Logic Textbook,” History and Philosophy of Logic (2023): 1-24.

2022

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Fictional Modality and the Intensionality of Fictional Contexts}”, Australasian Journal of Logic, 19, no. 4 (2022): 124-132.
  • Peter Ohrstrom and Sara L. Uckelman, “Lorhard, Ramus, and Timpler and ‘The Birth of Ontology'”, Journal of Knowledge Structures & Systems 3, no. 2 (2022): 48-56.

2021

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “What Problem Did Ladd-Franklin (Think She) Solve(d)?”, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 62, no. 3 (2021): 527-552.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Kinds of Arguments”, in JT Paasch, ed., Routledge Companion to Medieval Philosophy (Routledge: 2021)

2020

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Against the Theistic Multiverse,” Kriterion 34 (2020): 1-14.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, ed. Striking Bodies, Striking Minds (Ellipsis Imprints, 2020).
  • Sara L. Uckelman. “William of Sherwood”, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2021 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.).
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Review of Peter Adamson, Medieval Philosophy, History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps, volume 4 , xxii+637pp”, Philosophical Quarterly 70, no. 281 (2020).

2019

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Names Shakespeare Didn’t Invent: Imogen, Olivia, and Viola Revisited”, Names 67, no. 3 (2019): 153-159.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Review of Börje Bydéen and Christina Thomsen Thörnqvist, eds., The Aristotelian Tradition: Aristotle’s Works on Logic and Metaphysics and Their Reception in the Middle Ages, Papers in Medieval Studies 28 (Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2017), 395pp.”, Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval 26, no. 1 (2019): 155-158.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Contradictions, Impossibility, and Triviality: A Response to Jc Beall”, Journal of Analytic Theology 7 (2019): 482-497.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Review of Robin Wilson and Amirouche Moktefi, eds., The Mathematical World of Charles L. Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019), xiv+266pp”, British Society for Literature and Science.

2018

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Foreword,” in Jessica Augustsson, ed., Unrealpolitik (JayHenge Publications, 2018).
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Computation in Medieval Western Europe”, in Sven-Ove Hansson, ed., Technology and Mathematics: Philosophical and Historical Investigations (Springer, 2018): 33-46.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, Jaap Maat, and Katherina Rybalko, “The Art of Doubting in Obligationes Parisienses,” in Christoph Kann, Benedikt Löwe, Christian Rode, and Sara L. Uckelman, eds., Modern Views of Medieval Logic, Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales–Bibliotheca 16 (Peeters, 2018): 11-27.
  • Christoph Kann, Benedikt Löwe, Christian Rode, and Sara L. Uckelman, eds., Modern Views of Medieval Logic, Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiéevales – Bibliotheca 16 (Peeters, 2018).
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Bathsua Makin and Anna Maria van Schurman: Education and the Metaphysics of Being a Woman,” in Emily Thomas, ed., Early Modern Women on Metaphysics (Cambridge University Press, 2018): 95-110.
  • Sara L. Uckelman and Tarek R. Besold, “Normative and Descriptive Rationality: From Nature to Artifice and Back,” Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence 30, no. 2 (2018): 331-344.

2017

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Logic and Semantics in the High Middle Ages,” in Alex Malpass and Marianna Antonutti Marfori, The History of Philosophical and Formal Logic: From Aristotle to Tarski (Bloomsbury, 2017): 71-99.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Review of Ana María Mora-Márquez, The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification: The Discussions and Their Origin and Development,
    Speculum 92, no. 4 (2017): 1-3.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, Sonia Murphy, and Joseph Percer, “What’s in a Name? History and Fantasy in Game of Thrones,” in Brian A. Pavlac, The Game of Thrones versus History (Wiley-Blackwell, 2017).

2016

    @incollection{uc16h,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Beyond Formality: The Role of the Dialectical Context in Medieval Logic},
    booktitle={Formal Approaches and Natural Language In Medieval Logic},
    publisher={F\’ed\’eration Internationale des Instituts d’\’Etudes M\’edi\’evales},
    series={Textes et \’Etudes du Moyen \^Age},
    volume={82},
    year={2016},
    editor={Laurent Cesalli and Fr\’ed\’eric Goubier and Alain de Libera},
    pages={471–485},
    }

    @article{uc16g,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Review of {D}onna {T}hornton and {K}evin {M}urray, \emph{Bibliography of Publications on Irish Placenames}},
    journal={Peritia},
    year={2016},
    volume={27},
    pages={306–307},
    }

    @article{uc16f,
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    year={2016},
    title={Review of {B}rian {P}.\ {C}openhaver, with {C}alvin {G}.\ {N}ormore and {T}erence {P}arsons, \emph{Peter of Spain: Summaries of Logic: Text, Translation, Introduction, and Notes}},
    journal={Vivarium},
    volume={54},
    number={1},
    pages={113–116},
    }

    @article{uc16e,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Review of {J}ean {B}uridan, \emph{Treatise on Consequences}},
    journal={Studia Logica},
    volume={104},
    pages={1319–1323},
    year={2016},
    }

    @incollection{ucla,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman and Henrik Lagerlund},
    title={Logic in the 13th Century},
    editor={Catarina Dutilh Novaes and Stephen Read},
    booktitle={Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic},
    pages={119–141},
    publisher={Cambridge University Press},
    year={2016},
    }

    @incollection{dnuc,
    author={Catarina Dutilh Novaes and Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={\emph{Obligationes}},
    editor={Catarina Dutilh Novaes and Stephen Read},
    booktitle={Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic},
    pages={370–395},
    year={2016},
    publisher={Cambridge University Press},
    }

    @inproceedings{uc16d,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={The Logic of Where and While in the 13th and 14th Centuries},
    booktitle={Advances in Modal Logic},
    volume={11},
    editor={Lev Beklemishev and St\’ephane Demri and Andr\’as M\’at\’e},
    year={2016},
    pages={535–550},
    publisher={College Publications},
    }

    @article{uc16c,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    year={2016},
    journal={The Medieval Review},
    title={Review of {T}homas {S}. {M}aloney, ed. \emph{Logica, or Summa Lamberti}},
    volume={16.05.04},
    note={\url{https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/tmr/article/view/21895/27844}},
    }

    @article{uc16a,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Review of {T}erence {P}arsons, \emph{Articulating Medieval Logic}},
    journal={Philosophical Quarterly},
    volume={66},
    number={263},
    year={2016},
    pages={432–435},
    }

  • Sara L. Uckelman and Phoebe Chan, “Against Truth-Conditional Theories of Meaning: Three Lessons from the Language(s) of Fiction,” Res Philosophica 93, no. 2 (2016): 1-19.

2015

  • Birgit Kellner and Sara L. Uckelman, “Dialectical Self-Refutation and N\={a}g\={a}rjuna’s Discussion in Six Points (\emph{\d{s}a\d{t}ko\d{t}iko v\={a}da\d{h}})}”, in Gregor Paul, ed., Logic In Buddhist Scholasticism: From Philosophical, Philological, Historical and Comparative Perspectives LIRI Seminar Proceedings Series 7, (Lumbini International Research Institute, 2015): 101-134.
  • @article{uc15d,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Interview with {B}irgit {K}ellner},
    journal={The Reasoner},
    volume={9},
    number={10},
    pages={83–85},
    year={2015},
    }

    @article{uc15c,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Editorial},
    journal={The Reasoner},
    volume={9},
    number={10},
    pages={82},
    year={2015},
    }

  • Sara L. Uckelman and Mariann Slíz, “Többnyelv{\H u} névtani lexikogr\’afia: a Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources elnevez\’es{\H u} nemzetk\”ozi sz\’ot\’ari projekt (Cross-Linguistic Onomastic Lexicography: The \emph{Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources})},
    N\’evtani \’Ertes\'{\i}t\H o 37 (2015): 203-221.
  • @article{uc15b,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={The Logic of Categorematic and Syncategorematic Infinity},
    journal={Synthese},
    volume={192},
    number={8},
    pages={2361–2377},
    year={2015},
    }

    @article{uc15a,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={\emph{Sit Verum} and Counterfactual Reasoning},
    journal={Vivarium},
    volume={53},
    year={2015},
    pages={90–113}
    }

2014

    @article{uak-14,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman and Jesse Alama and Aleks Knoks},
    title={A Curious Dialogical Logic and Its Composition Problem},
    journal={Journal of Philosophical Logic},
    volume={43},
    number={6},
    year={2014},
    pages={1065–1100},
    }

    @article{uc-14c,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Review of {M}arko {M}alink, \emph{Aristotle’s Modal Syllogistic}},
    journal={Metascience},
    volume={23},
    number={3},
    pages={573–579},
    year={2014},
    }

    @incollection{uc-14b,
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Reasoning about Obligations in \emph{Obligationes}: A Formal Approach},
    booktitle={Advances in Modal Logic},
    editor={Rajeev Gor\’e and Barteld Kooi and Agi Kurucz},
    pages={553–568},
    publisher={College Publications},
    year={2014},
    }

    @incollection{uc-14a,
    year={2014},
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    editor={Zo\’e Christoff and Paolo Galeazzi and Nina Gierasimczuk and Alexandru Marcoci and Sonja Smets},
    booktitle={LIRa Yearbook},
    title={A Medieval Epistemic Puzzle},
    publisher={Institute for Logic, Language, and Computation},
    pages={301-316},
    }

2013

    @article{uc-13d,
    year={2013},
    author={Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Review of {L}uca {C}astagnoli, \emph{Ancient Self-Refutation: The Logic and History of the Self-Refutation Argument from Democritus to Augustine}},
    journal={Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy},
    volume={16},
    pages={398–402},
    }

    @article{uc-13c,
    year={2013},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Medieval \emph{{D}isputationes de obligationibus} as Formal Dialogue Systems},
    journal={Argumentation},
    volume={27},
    number={2},
    pages={143–166}
    }

    @article{uc-13b,
    year={2013},
    note={Transcription and Introduction by Sara L.\ Uckelman.},
    title={\emph{Finnegan’s Wake}: An Interpretation},
    author={Arthur N. Prior},
    volume={1},
    number={1},
    pages={211–214},
    journal={Philosophical Inquiries},
    }

    @article{uc-13a,
    year={2013},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={A Quantified Temporal Logic for Ampliation and Restriction},
    journal={Vivarium},
    volume={51},
    number={1},
    pages={485–510},
    }

2012

    @incollection{uc-12e,
    year={2012},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Making Logic Explicit},
    editor={Jan Jans},
    booktitle={Humanities Perspectives},
    publisher={Tilburg University},
    pages={25–27},
    }

    @incollection{aluc12,
    year={2012},
    author={Alama, Jesse and Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={What is Dialogical About Dialogical Logic?},
    editor={H. Jales Ribeiro},
    booktitle={Inside Arguments: Logic and the Study of Argumentation},
    publisher={Cambridge Scholars Publication},
    pages={207–222},
    }

    @article{uc-12d,
    year={2012},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Arthur {P}rior and Medieval Logic},
    journal={Synthese},
    pages={349–366},
    volume={188},
    number={3},
    }

    @article{uc-12c,
    year={2012},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Prior on an \emph{Insolubilium} of {J}ean {B}uridan},
    journal={Synthese},
    pages={487–498},
    volume={188},
    number={3},
    }

    @article{uc-12b,
    year={2012},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Interactive Logic in the {M}iddle {A}ges},
    journal={Logic and Logical Philosophy},
    volume={21},
    number={4},
    pages={439–471},
    }

    @inproceedings{uc12a,
    year={2012},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={The Reception of {S}t. {A}nselm’s Logic in the 20th and 21st Centuries},
    editor={G. Gasper and I. Logan},
    booktitle={Saint Anselm of Canterbury and His Legacy},
    publisher={Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies},
    pages={405–426},
    }

2011

    @article{uc11e,
    year={2011},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Deceit and Indefeasible Knowledge: The Case of \emph{Dubitatio}},
    journal={Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics},
    volume={21, nos. 3/4},
    pages={503–519},
    }

    @article{uc11c,
    year={2011},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Review of {M}ichael {J}. {F}itzgerald, \emph{{A}lbert of {S}axony} {Q}uestiones circa logicam \emph{({T}wenty-{F}ive {D}isputed {Q}uestions on {L}ogic)}},
    journal={Speculum},
    volume={83},
    number={3},
    pages={719–720},
    }

    @incollection{uc11d,
    year={2011},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={The Ontological Argument},
    editor={M. Bruce and S. Barbone},
    booktitle={Just the Argument: 100 of the Most Important Arguments in Western Philosophy},
    publisher={Wiley-Blackwell},
    pages={25–27},
    }

    @inproceedings{alknuc11,
    year={2011},
    author={Alama, Jesse and Knoks, Aleks and Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Dialogue Games for Classical Logic (short paper)},
    editor={M. Giese and R. Kuznets},
    booktitle={TABLEAUX 2011: Workshops, Tutorials, and Short Papers},
    series={Technical Report IAM-11-002},
    publisher={Universit\”at Bern},
    pages={82–86},
    }

    @incollection{uc11b,
    year={2011},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={A Dynamic Epistemic Logic Approach to Modeling \emph{Obligationes}},
    editor={D. Grossi and S. Minica and B. Rodenh\”auser and S. Smets},
    booktitle={LIRa Yearbook},
    publisher={Institute for Logic, Language, and Computation},
    pages={147–172},
    }

    @inproceedings{uc11a,
    year={2011},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={\emph{Obligationes} as Formal Dialogue Systems},
    editor={T. \AA gotnes},
    booktitle={STAIRS 2010: Proceedings of the Fifth Starting AI Researchers’ Symposium},
    publisher={IOS Press},
    pages={341–353},
    }

2010

    @article{ucjo10b,
    year={2010},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L. and Spencer Johnston},
    title={John {B}uridan’s \emph{{S}ophismata} and Interval Temporal Semantics},
    journal={Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy},
    volume={13},
    pages={133–147},
    }

    @article{uc10f,
    year={2010},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={The Ontological Argument and {R}ussell’s Antinomy},
    journal={Logic and Logical Philosophy},
    volume={18, nos. 3–4},
    pages={309–312},
    }

    @article{uc10d,
    year={2010},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Logic and the Condemnations of 1277},
    journal={Journal of Philosophical Logic},
    volume={39, no. 2},
    pages={201–227},
    }

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Computing with Concepts, Computing with Numbers: Llull, Leibniz, & Boole,” in F. Ferreira, B. L\”owe, E. Mayordomo, and L. M. Gomes, eds., Programs, Proofs, Processes, Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Computability in Europe, 2010, Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal, June 30–July 4, 2010, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6158 (Springer, 2010): 427-437.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, Sara L., “Dynamic Logic,” in J. Williamson and F. Russo, eds., Key Terms in Logic (Continuum Publishers, 2010).
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Jean Buridan,” in J. Williamson and F. Russo, eds., Key Terms in Logic (Continuum Publishers, 2010).
  • Sara L. Uckelman and Spencer Johnston, “A Simple Semantics for Aristotelian Apodeictic Syllogistics,” in L. Beklemishev, V. Goranko, and V. Shehtman, eds., Advances in Modal Logic 8 (2010): 428-443.
  • year={2010},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Reasoning About the Trinity: A Modern Formalization of a Medieval System of Trinitarian Logic},
    editor={A. Schumann},
    booktitle={Logic in Religious Discourse},
    publisher={Ontos},
    pages={216–239},
    }

2009

    @article{uc09a,
    year={2009},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Anselm’s Logic of Agency},
    journal={Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy},
    volume={12},
    pages={248–268},
    }

  • Sara L. Uckelman, Modalities in Medieval Logic, PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam (2009).

2008

    @inproceedings{uc08,
    year={2008},
    author={Uckelman, Sara L.},
    title={Three 13th-Century Views of Quantified Modal Logic},
    editor={C. Areces and R. Goldblatt},
    booktitle={Advances in Modal Logic},
    volume={7},
    pages={389–406},
    }

    @inproceedings{ohscuc08,
    year={2008},
    author={Peter {\O}hrstr{\o}m and Henrik Sch\”arfe and Sara L. Uckelman},
    title={Jacob {L}orhard’s Ontology: A 17th Century Hypertext on the Reality and Temporality of the World of Intelligibles},
    editor={P. Eklund and O. Haemmerl\’e},
    booktitle={Conceptual Structures: Knowledge Visualization and Reasoning, Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Conceptual Structures, ICCS 2008},
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5113 (2008): 74-87.

2007

  • Peter Øhrstrøm, Sara L. Uckelman, and Henrik Schärfe, “Historical and Conceptual Foundations of Diagrammatical Ontology,” in S. Polovina, R. Hill, and U. Priss, eds., Conceptual Structures: Knowledge Architectures for Smart Applications, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Conceptual Structures, ICCS 2007, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4604 (2007): 374-386.
  • Sara L. Uckelman and Joel Uckelman, “Modal and Temporal Logics for Abstract Space-Time Structures,” Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 38 (2007): 673-681

2002

  • Friedemann, Sara L., “A Response to the Case Against Compositionality: Universal Sufficient Applicability Conditions,” in Douglas W. Shrader, editor, Philosophical Dreams (Oneonta Philosophy Studies: 2002)