Udit Bery

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Udit’s main research interests are in ancient philosophy and he is currently writing his dissertation on questions regarding the semantic and metaphysical conditions for content in speech and thought primarily in Plato’s Parmenides and Theaetetus. He is also actively interested in Aristotle’s metaphysics and logic. More broadly, he studies these questions in the philosophy of language and in metaphysics. Udit has worked on Kant including the role of the Principle of Sufficient Reason in Kant’s system, Kant’s views on the self, and the relation of our conceptual scheme to perceptual content. Before coming to Yale, Udit read Literae Humaniores at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he also completed a BPhil in Philosophy writing his thesis on causation in Plato (with a focus on the Philebus).