| LOGIC AND
PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
All colloquia take place on
Friday at 3pm in SST 777 (GPACS
unless otherwise noted.
For further information about a talk listed below, click on the title.
Philosophy Department Colloquia
or look at past colloquia.
Ohio State University
| "Kant on the
Foundations of Geometry"
|October 21||Wolfram Pohlers
||"Ordinal Analyses and Large Cardinals"|
|October 28||Ulrich Pardey
University of California, Irvine /
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
|"Semantic Antinomies outside semantically closed languages: A critique of Tarski’s analysis of the liar antinomy"|
|November 4||Zoltan Szabo
| "How many what?"
University of Western Ontario
|"On the correct interpretation of a physical theory"|
University of California, San Diego
|"The Idea of a Scientific Concept
City University of New York (CUNY)
| "Propositions and the Scope Distinction"
|February 3||Stephan Hartmann
The London School of Economics (LSE)
|"Modeling in Philosophy of Science"|
Featuring: Kevin Klement (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), Teri Merrick (Azusa Pacific University), and Crispin Wright (University of St. Andrews)
|February 17 - 19
||Laguna Workshop||Philosophy of Biology|
|| Alan Richardson
University of British Columbia
|April 28||Thomas Hofweber
University of North Carolina
|"Logicism without logic"|
|May 4||Jonathan Kaplan
Oregon State University
|"The End of the Adaptive Landscape Metaphor?"|
|| Arthur Fine
University of Washington
|"Structural Realism, Then and Now"|
|June 9||Matthew Ostrow