Monthly Archives: February 2008

Mathematical Thought and Its Objects

I’ve only just noticed that Charles Parsons’ long awaited book Mathematical Thought and Its Objects is due out this month here (and indeed has been out a few weeks in the US). From the CUP website: Charles Parsons examines the … Continue reading

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Seminar styles

I put some quick notes together for myself for the Hodges reading group yesterday: I’ll work away at them again in the next few days (and certainly before the next seminar), and post the resulting after-the-event handout here, for it’s … Continue reading

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Logical Options, 4

For what they are worth, you can find my reading notes for next week’s seminar on Sections 2.5 and 2.6 of Logical Options here (they might help some students). Writing these notes has very much been displacement behaviour in the … Continue reading

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Three cheers for Andy Clark

Thursday’s Routledge Lecture here was given by Andy Clark. I thought he did a terrific job for a lecture intended for an audience not just of philosophers. I don’t know if he is right or indeed if I fully understand … Continue reading

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