FOM: Workshop on Neo-Fregean Philosophy of Mathematics

Stephen G Simpson simpson at
Mon Nov 27 11:06:49 EST 2000

 From: arche at
 Subject: Workshop: Prospects for Neo-Fregean Philosophy of Mathematics
 Prospects for Neo-Fregean Philosophy of Mathematics
       1-2nd December 2000
       A two day workshop
 Department of Logic & Metaphysics,
 The Scores, St. Andrews
 Provisional Timetable (Due to difficulties with travel arrangements, there
 may be one or two alterations. A final timetable will be available later
 this week.)
        Friday 1st December
        5-6.30 p.m.
              The logic of Frege's Theorem
              RICHARD HECK (Harvard)
        8-9.30 p.m.
              An Embarrassment of Riches
              ALAN WEIR (Queen's College, Belfast)
        Saturday 2nd December
        9.30-11 a.m.
              Frege's Logic
              PETER SULLIVAN (Stirling)
        11.30-1 p.m.
              Hume's Principle and the Number of All Objects
              IAN RUMFITT (Oxford)
        2-3.30 p.m.
              The Critique of Logicism in the Tractatus
              MICHAEL POTTER (Cambridge)
        4-6 p.m.
              The Foundations of Real Analysis
              BOB HALE (Glasgow)
              STEWART SHAPIRO (Ohio/Arche)
              CRISPIN WRIGHT(St. Andrews)
        6.30-7.30 p.m.
              PANEL DISCUSSION
 In the first of a series of regular workshops dedicated to assessing the
 prospects for Neo-Fregeanism, Arché seeks to bring together philosophers
 working at the forefront of contemporary research in the philosophy of
 Arché gratefully acknowledges the funding provided by the British Academy
 under its International Network Scheme.
 For further information contact Fraser MacBride, Department of Logic &
 Metaphysics, University of St. Andrews, Fife KY16 9AL, or e-mail
 arche at

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