Monthly Archives: May 2014

Parsons #1: Predicativity

As I’ve said before, I’m planning to post over the coming weeks some thoughts on the essays (re)published in Charles Parsons’s Philosophy of Mathematics in the Twentieth Century (Harvard UP). I’m going to be reviewing the collection of Mind, and promising … Continue reading

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This wireless world

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Charles Parsons’s new book — let’s discuss it (again)!

OK, I’m back from Cornwall (and very nice it was too, thanks for asking), and am trying to get the philosophical corner of my mind back into gear.  Now, as I mentioned a couple of posts ago, Charles Parsons has … Continue reading

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Postcard from Cornwall

We have been away from Cambridge in Cornwall, where the weather has been extraordinarily kind. So there’s been a lot of sitting around in the sun by the sea, walking the coastal paths, or visiting gardens like Trelissick (which you … Continue reading

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Charles Parsons’s new book — let’s discuss it!

Charles Parsons has a new book out, Philosophy of Mathematics in the Twentieth Century a collection of his essays (all but one, I think,  previously published but with some new postscripts). Here’s the table of contents. So there is a … Continue reading

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