Evgeni Latinov




  1. Modal logic [in Bulgarian], Sofia University Press, 2012  
  2. Symbolic logic with exercises [in Bulgarian], Iztok-Zapad, 2010
  3. (With Beshkova, A.,  Rasheva, A., Stefanov, V., Buzov, V.) Logic – textbook for secondary school [in Bulgarian], Nemezida, 2002



  1. ‘Quine and the indeterminacy of translation’ [in Bulgarian], in: Georgiev, O., Beshkova, A. (ed.): The idea of universal grammar, Sofia University Press, 2013
  2. ‘Why contemporary formal logic is not only formal’ [in Bulgarian], in: Kritika i humanism vol. 31, no. 1, 2010
  3. ‘Theory and logical form’ [in Bulgarian], in: Stefanov, V. (ed.): Logic in time, Sofia University Press, 2009
  4. ‘On the notion of truth’ [in Bulgarian], Filosofia, 5/6, 2008
  5. ‘Wittgenstein and the notion of game’ [in Bulgarian], in: Markov, S. (ed.): Logic and science, Veliko Tarnovo, 2008
  6. (with Beshkova, A., Polimenov, T.) ‘Necessity: From a Logical Point of View’  [in Hungarian translation], in: Pro Philosophia Füzetek 44 (2005) [Veszprém, Hungary], pp. 145–165.
  7. ‘A system of predicate logic with an added T-operator’ [in Bulgarian], Filosofia, 1, 2005
  8. ‘A system of propositional logic with an added T-operator’ [in Bulgarian], Filosofski alternativi, 5, 2005
  9. ‘Wittgenstein and the subject of logic’ [in Bulgarian], in: Stoicheva, M. (ed.): Ludwig Wittgenstein and analytical philosophy, Kutu, 2005
  10. ‘On the paradox of implication’ [in Bulgarian], in: Hristov, I. (ed.): Philosophical readings - Arbanasi, Sofia LIK, 2002



  1. (Ed. with Beshkova, A., Polimenov, T.) Analytic Philosophy. Sofia: Human and Social Studies Foundation, 2010 (= Kritika i humanism vol. 31, no. 1 (2010)), 246 pp.
  2. (Ed. with Beshkova, A., Polimenov, T., Mollov, B.) Philosophy of Logic II. Carnap, Quine, Strawson, Grice, Searle, Davidson, Kripke, Putnam [Bulgarian translations]. Sofia: Iztok-Zapad, 2008, 289 pp.
  3. (Ed. with Beshkova, A., Polimenov, T. Mollov, B.) Philosophy of Logic. Early Analytic Philosophy: Gottlob Frege, Bertrand Russell, George E. Moore, Ludwig Wittgenstein [Bulgarian translations]. Sofia: Sofia University Press, 2003, 243 pp.