Monthly Archives: February 2009

Pro-vice-chancellorian bollocks

Once upon a very long time ago, I spent a year or more of my life doing nothing else much but mathematics problems, preparing for the then entrance scholarship to get into Trinity to do maths. The standard was fairly … Continue reading

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Logic matters website updated

I’ve not been at all attentive to the Logic Matters website recently — it’s one of those things that sometimes I’m quite in the mood to do, and at other times it seems to drop right off the bottom of … Continue reading

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Tim Crane moving to Cambridge

Since it is now announced on the Leiter blog, I guess there is no reason now not to say here that we’re delighted that Tim Crane is moving to Cambridge from UCL as the new Knightbridge Professor, from the autumn.

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Parsons, the whole story, at last

I have been blogging on and off for quite a while about Charles Parsons’s Mathematical Thought and Its Objects, latterly as we worked through the book in a reading group here. I’ve now had a chance to put together a … Continue reading

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