About Me

I was born on 26/11/1996 in Florence, Italy. I hold bachelor's and master's degrees in Philosophy from the University of Pisa, where I specialized in logic. Additionally, I completed a Piano Jazz degree at the ISSM "Mascagni" in Livorno, with a thesis on Mal Waldron. I began my PhD in Philosophy, specializing in Logic, at the Scuola Normale Superiore in November 2021, where I am currently pursuing my studies. My main interests are in logic, philosophy of probability, belief revision and relations between logic and music.

Contact Details

Matteo Bizzarri
Scuola Normale Superiore
Piazza dei Cavalieri, 7, 56126, Pisa (PI)

matteo.bizzarri@sns.it

Education

University of Pisa

Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy July 2019

Thesis title: "Il teorema di completezza: analisi di un risultato logico" (Completeness theorem: analysis of a logic result.)

University of Pisa

Master's Degree in Philosophy July 2021

Thesis title: "Framing beliefes into fractional semantics for classical logic".

ISSM "P. Mascagni", Livorno

Bachelor's degree in Piano Jazz July 2022

Thesis title: "The life and the work of Mal Waldron".

Scuola Normale Superiore

PhD in Philosophy 2021-

Multivalued Logics, Philosophy of probability, Logic and music.

Talks

Beliefs, probability and fractional semantics

Scuola Normale Superiore's Logic Seminars May 2022

Framing beliefs into fractional semantics for classical logic

5th SILFS Postgraduate conference June 2022

The Lockean Thesis and fractional semantics

LAIS Como Summer School September 2022

The logic of uncertainty

Gavagai group seminars April 2023

A solution to the Lottery Paradox through Fractional Semantics

Scuola Normale Superiore's Logic Seminars May 2023

Wittgenstein, probability and supraclassical logic

SILFS triennial conference September 2023

Reconciling Belief Paradoxes: Fractional Semantics and the Solution to Classical Logic’s Belief Paradoxes

Cape Lectures - University of Kyoto 9 November 2023

Music and Logic: a connection between two worlds

CMMR 2023 - Tokyo November 2023

Papers

Framing beliefs into fractional semantics for classical logic

5th SILFS Postgraduate conference Proceeding PDF 2023

Music and logic: a connection between two worlds

CMMR conference, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) PDF 2023

A solution to the Lottery Paradox through Fractional Semantics

Fifth Pisa Colloquium in Logic, Language and Epistemology PDF 2023

Wittgenstein, probability and supraclassical logic

In progress PDF (preprint) 2023

Chord Progression Analysis by Labelled Lambek Calculus (with professor Satoshi Tojo)

11° International Conference on New Music Concepts (ICNMC) PDF (preprint) 2024

Music

Mal Waldron: impressionismo e minimalismo nel jazz americano.

Jazz Bachelor's degree thesis (only in italian) PDF 2022

Duke Ellington's Sound of love

Link 2020

Concerto degli allievi "Footprints"

Link 2023