The 'End' of Philosophy of Mathematics?

April 3, 2020 - April 5, 2020
Department of Philosophy, Princeton University

0S6 Green Hall, Princeton University
Princeton
United States

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Carnegie Mellon University
Princeton University
University of Helsinki
CUNY Graduate Center
Haverford College
University of California, Berkeley
Princeton University
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Bristol University
Yale University

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Princeton University
Princeton University

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We chose a provocative title because we are quite concerned about the future of philosophy of mathematics. Fewer and fewer scholars pay attention to philosophy of mathematics, especially in North America. Is this discipline really dying out, or is it just in need of a new goal, a new end? The conference seeks to bring together different philosophical perspectives on mathematics and to put different sub-fields into dialogue with each other. We hope that talking about the end of philosophy of mathematics will trigger an anti-self-fulfilling prophecy mechanism that will contribute to the flourishing of philosophy of mathematics!

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March 15, 2020, 5:00am EST

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Silvia De Toffoli
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