Jacob W. Archambault holds a Ph.D in philosophy and Doctoral Certificate in Medieval Studies from Fordham University. His main work is in the history and philosophy of logic, focusing on the early 14th century development of the concept of formal consequence. His more contemporary research focuses on: the nature, subject, and foundations of logic; dispositionalism and modality; and time and tense.
Jacob specializes in the history and philosophy of logic, medieval philosophy, and philosophy of religion. His areas of research competence include mathematical logic, early modern philosophy (especially Leibniz), and metaphysics, with teaching competence in ethics, philosophy of human nature, classics, and Latin. He reads French, Latin (including manuscripts), and German. He currently teaches at Highlands Latin School in Louisville, KY, where he resides with his wife, Amanda, and children, Elijah and Estelle.