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Cosim Sayid

Cosim Sayid

Cosim Sayid

Cosim Sayid is Lecturer in Philosophy at Princeton University, most recently as preceptor in introductory metaphysics and epistemology; he previously taught introductory ethics at Princeton. 

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Cosim is gradually exporting his web-presence over to cosim.one; see cosim.one for the most current info.

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Cosim earned his PhD in Philosophy in September 2019 from the CUNY Graduate Center. Cosim’s dissertation — Intention and Interpretation in Law supervised by Stephen Neale (with Noël Carroll, Michael Devitt, and Jeremy Waldron), was on interpretation and meaning in legal contexts. As a grad student, Cosim gave instruction in Cultural Diversity, Philosophy, and Political Science at CUNY York College, where he was also Quantitative Reasoning Fellow in the Math Department.

Before coming to philosophy, Cosim worked as a lawyer (mostly handling litigation in real estate and securities). As an undergrad, he did research in biophysical chemistry.

(Cosim usually doesn’t refer to himself in the third-person.)

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Contact Cosim Sayid via e-mail.

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