Cosim Sayid is a doctoral candidate in philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center. He has written primarily in the philosophy of language and law. His dissertation (Intention, Interpretation, and Meaning in Law), supervised by Stephen Neale (with Noël Carroll and Jeremy Waldron), will be completed soon. Cosim’s interests also span, inter alia, aesthetics, epistemology and philosophy of science.
Cosim has served on several academic committees, but he’s proudest of his role assisting with the CUNY Graduate Center’s weekly philosophy colloquium series. He has been Doctoral Research Fellow and Quantitative Reasoning Fellow. Before coming to philosophy, Cosim worked as a lawyer (mostly handling litigation in real estate and securities). As an undergraduate, he did work in biophysical chemistry.
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