Monthly Archives: October 2012

Set-theoretic excitements to come …

My friend Thomas Forster has posted an intriguing message to the FOM list, and some readers here might be interested. He writes that he is “in the process of assembling funding for a meeting to discuss and broadcast recent developments … Continue reading

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Teach yourself logic, #4: Beginning set theory (again)

Since my last post, I’ve had second thoughts. Given the number of books on set theory out there which are worth a mention at some point or other even in a very selective reading list, I’ve decided it would plainly … Continue reading

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Teach yourself logic, #4: Beginning set theory

Here, after rather a long gap, is another instalment in the “Teach Yourself Logic” series. For new readers: given the dire state of logic teaching in some grad schools in philosophy (especially in the UK), I’m trying to put together … Continue reading

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Postcard from Cambridge

Sometimes, at the beginning of the academic year, Cambridge goes into a grey sulk. But this year the weather has been wonderful, and walking or cycling across the common into town has been a delight. (Note the Red Poll cattle, … Continue reading

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