Monthly Archives: September 2016

Munich conferences

I guess my conference-going days are past. But if I were full of youthful zip and enthusiasm, then the conferences run by the Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy would be terrifically appealing. There’s one on Mathematical Structuralism which starts in a … Continue reading

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A little light medieval logic?

There is a new Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic just out, edited by Catarina Dutilh Novaes and Stephen Read (all praise, by the way, to CUP for continuing to price the paperbacks of books like this so very reasonably). The Companion is … Continue reading

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Category theory notes

A reminder and a request. The reminder is for anyone interested in category theory at an introductory level — whether giving a course, or taking a course. There is a page here of links to online notes and freely available articles and … Continue reading

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Postcard from Sicily

We have been back to Sicily for a week, this time to the north-west corner, in and around Palermo and Marsala — visiting the temple at Segesta (above) on the last day, on the way back to the airport. All in all, a … Continue reading

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Intro to Formal Logic 2nd ed. — readers wanted!

It’s not so very often in life that you get a shot at putting right something major, that first time around occupied a lot of time and energy, but didn’t turn out as well as you intended. So I’m grabbing … Continue reading

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