Epistemology of Mathematics: Knowledge, Proof, and Explanation
- Date: Thursday 29 November 2018, 09:30 – 18:00
- Location: Leeds Arts Humanities Research Institute
- Cost: Free
A workshop organised by Robert Knowles, Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Philosophy, Religion, and the History of Science.
10:00 Justin Clarke-Doane (Columbia University)
Title: SET-THEORETIC PLURALISM AND THE BENACERRAF PROBLEM
11:30 Jack Woods (University of Leeds)
Title: ABDUCTIVE IMMODESTY IN MORALITY AND MATHEMATICS
13:00 Lunch (Provided by Opposite)
14:30 Marus Giaquinto (University College London)
Title: EPISTEMOLOGY OF MATHS: SOME COMMON VIEWS ARE WRONG
16:00 Catarina Dutilh Novaes (VU University Amsterdam)
Title: A DIALOGICAL CONCEPTION OF EXPLANATION IN MATHEMATICAL PROOFS
18:00: Drinks (The Reliance)
Further details including full abstracts can be found via Robert's website.
To register your intention to attend please email Robert.
Robert's University of Leeds staff profile.