The Philosophy of Mathematics seminar covers topics beyond the philosophy of mathematics and logic, including applications of formal methods in philosophy more generally. Speakers come from different disciplines, such as philosophy, computer science, and mathematics. The content of the talks vary from high technical to purely informal.
All are welcome to the attend the seminar. Graduate and undergraduate sutdents from all subject areas are especially welcome. It is perfectly acceptable to attend only selected talks.
Seminars ordinarily take place on Mondays 4.30-6.30pm in the Ryle Room at the Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Rd.
Trinity Term 2018 — Term Card
Week 1 (23rd April)
|Week 2 (30th April)||No Seminar||-|
|Week 3 (7th May)||Jack Woods (Leeds)||TBA|
|Week 4 (14th May)||Benedict Eastaugh (München)||TBA|
|Week 5 (21st May)||Gabriel Uzquiano (USC)||TBA|
|Week 6 (28th May)||No Seminar||-|
|Week 7 (4th June)||No Seminar||-|
|Week 8 (11th June)||No Seminar||-|
|Week 11 (Friday, 6th July at 2pm)||Francesca Poggiolesi (CNRS Paris)||"From logical to conceptual grounding: intelligibility and asymmetry of the notion"|
Philosophy of Mathematics Seminar Convenors: Prof Volker Halbach, Dr Daniel Isaacson, and Dr James Studd | Philosophy of Mathematics own website