Fernando Zalamea is Professor of Mathematics at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. His research interests include alternative logics, Peirce and Lautman studies, and the philosophy of modern and contemporary mathematics. He has published numerous books and essays in cultural studies, philosophy, and mathematics, including Synthetic Philosophy of Contemporary Mathematics (Urbanomic/Sequence Press, 2012). In 2019 he published the first monographic study on Alexander Grothendieck's work. He has received prestigious essay awards, including Siglo XXI (Mexico 2012), Jovellanos (Spain 2004), Gil-Albert (Spain 2004), Kostakowsky (Mexico 2001), and Andrés Bello (Colombia 2000).