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 broad unity of theme, but there should be enough variation of topic between the various essays to maintain interest.
Parsons is always worth reading and thinking about, and can write extremely lucidly. So I’m going to be reviewing this for Mind, since I’ll enjoy the chance of re-reading some of these essays, and catching up with those I haven’t read before. My plan is to post about some thoughts on the essays in order, starting about three weeks hence.
I’m announcing this in advance to give you a chance to get a copy of the book (or persuade your librarian to do a rush acquisition). I do hope some will be inspired to join in discussion in the comments.