[FOM] APMP 2013 program
andrew.arana at gmail.com
Wed Sep 11 15:15:44 EDT 2013
I'm happy to distribute the schedule for the Second International Meeting of the Association for the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice (APMP 2013), to be held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on October 3 and 4. You can get more information about the meeting at http://institucional.us.es/apmp/index_APMP2013.htm. A version of the schedule with abstracts for each talk can be read at https://www.dropbox.com/s/j2qzw3txu4o0bit/APMP%202013%20schedule.pdf.
All participants are invited to join us for the conference dinner on Friday, October 4, as guests of the University of Illinois. Please contact me (aarana at illinois.edu) to let me know if you'd like to attend, so that I can get an accurate count of guests for dinner. Please let me know if you have any special dietary needs as well.
I hope you'll join us next month for APMP 2013, and also for the Fourteenth Midwest Philosophy of Mathematics Workshop (MWPMW 14) which will also be hosted at Illinois immediately after APMP 2013 on October 5 and 6. Information about MWPMW 14 can be read at https://mdetlefsen.nd.edu/midwest-philmath-workshop/mwpmw-14/
APMP 2013 schedule
All talks will take place on the second floor of the Levis Faculty Center (http://union.illinois.edu/levis/GettingHere.html)
Thursday, October 3
9:00–10:15am: Marcus Giaquinto, Department of Philosophy, University College London: ``Epistemic roles of visual experience in mathematical knowledge acquisition"
10:15–11:30am: Elaine Landry, Department of Philosophy, University of California, Davis: ``Plato was Not a Mathematical Platonist"
12:00–12:35pm: Dirk Schlimm, Department of Philosophy, McGill University: ``The early development of Dedekind's notion of mapping"
12:00–12:35pm: Joachim Frans, Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, VUB Brussels and Erik Weber, Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, Ghent University: ``Mechanistic Explanation And Explanatory Proofs In Mathematics"
12:35–1:10pm: Emmylou Haffner, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7: ``Arithmetization of mathematics, the Dedekindian way"
12:35–1:10pm: Andrew Aberdein, Department of Humanities and Communication, Florida Institute of Technology and Matthew Inglis, Mathematics Education Centre, Loughborough University: ``Explanation and Explication In Mathematical Practice"
1:10–2:30pm: Lunch break
2:30–3:05pm: John Baldwin, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago: ``From Geometry to Algebra and Analysis"
2:30–3:05pm: Ashton Sperry-Taylor, Department of Philosophy, University of Missouri: ``Modeling The State Of Nature"
3:05–3:40pm: Sylvain Cabanacq, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7: "Contrasting proofs: categorical tools, model-theoretical methods and the Manin-Mumford Conjecture"
3:05–3:40pm: Luca San Mauro, Center of Philosophy, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa: ``Algorithms, formalization and exactness: a philosophical study of the practical use of Church- Turing Thesis"
4:15–5:30pm: Chris Pincock, Department of Philosophy, The Ohio State University: ``Felix Klein as a Prototype for the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice"
A meeting of APMP members follows.
Friday, October 4
9:00–10:15am: Colin McLarty, Department of Philosophy, Case Western Reserve University: ``Proofs in practice"
10:15–10:50am: Ken Manders, Department of Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh: ``Problems and Prospects for Philosophy of Mathematical Understanding"
10:15–10:50am: Ramzi Kebaili, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7: ``Examples of `synthetic a priori' statements in mathematical practice"
11:20–11:55am: Susan Vineberg, Department of Philosophy, Wayne State University: ``Are There Objective Facts of Mathematical Depth?"
11:20–11:55am: Oran Magal, Department of Philosophy, McGill University: ``Teratological Investigations: What's in a monster?"
11:55–12:30pm: Philip Ehrlich, Department of Philosophy, Ohio University: ``A Re-examination of Zeno's Paradox of Extension"
11:55–12:30pm: Madeline Muntersbjorn, Department of Philosophy, University of Toledo: ``Cognitive Diversity and Mathematical Progress"
12:30–2:00pm: Lunch break
2:00–2:35pm: Michele Friend, Department of Philosophy, George Washington University: ``Using a Paraconsistent Formal Theory of Logic Metaphorically"
2:00–2:35pm: José Ferreirós, Department of Philosophy and Logic, University of Seville and Elías Fuentes Guillén, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Aesthetics, University of Salamanca: ``Bolzano's `Rein analytischer Beweis\dots' reconsidered"
2:35–3:10pm: Bernd Buldt, Department of Philosophy, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne: ``Mathematics—Some ``Practical" Insights"
2:35–3:10pm: Jacobo Asse Dayán, Program in Philosophy of Science, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: ``The Intentionality and Materiality of Mathematical Objects"
3:40–4:15pm: Rochelle Gutiérrez, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ``What is Mathematics? The Roles of Ethnomathematics and Critical Mathematics in (Re)Defining Mathematics for the Field of Education"
3:40–4:15pm: Danielle Macbeth, Department of Philosophy, Haverford College: ``Rigor, Deduction, and Knowledge in the Practice of Mathematics"
4:15–5:30pm: Marco Panza, Institute of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne: ``On the Epistemic Economy of Formal Definitions"
The conference dinner follows at 7pm at the ACES Library, Heritage Room.
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