Michele Odisseas Impagnatiello

I am a fifth year graduate student in the MIT Philosophy department. Before MIT, I studied philosophy in Paris, at the École Normale Supérieure and at the Sorbonne, and before then at the University of Bologna.

I am mainly interested in metaphysics, epistemology, rationality, and how they intersect and interact.

My email is impa[at]mit[dot]edu.

Publications

An Empirical Argument for Presentism Oxford Studies in Metaphysics — (forthcoming) We argue that, contrary to orthodoxy, our best physical theories support Presentism over Eternalism (with David Builes).
  (Winner of the 2022 Sanders Prize in Metaphysics)

Work in progress

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