Sereni seminars
IUSS Philosophy Seminars - Spring 2024 | February 7 - June 17
Sede evento
IUSS Palazzo Broletto

IUSS Philosophy Seminars - Spring 2024
Epistemology and Philosophy of Mathematics
Linguistics & Philosophy IUSS Center

Venue: Palazzo del Broletto, Piazza della Vittoria, 15 IUSS, 27100 Pavia.
Online Venue: Zoom links will be circulated in advance

February 7, 15-17: John Wigglesworth (York University)
Practice-Based Philosophy of Mathematics: A Case Study in Nominalism

February 20, 11-13: Friederike Moltmann (CNRS, Université Côte d'Azur, Nice)
Metaphysics First or Language First: The Notion of a Single Object

February 28, 16-18: Line Andersen (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Can Mathematics Tell Us About the Nature of Collective Knowledge?

March 12, 15-17: Yacin Hamami (ETH Zurich)
Understanding Mathematical Proofs from a Planning Perspective

April 17, 15-17: Susanna Saracco (Independent)
Plato, Diagrammatic Reasoning and Mental Models

May 14, 11-13: Elijah Chudnoff (University of Miami)
Inference and Intuition

June 4, 11-13: Andrea Moro (IUSS Pavia)
A Brief History of the Copula or How to Dismantle a Disgrace

June 5, 11-13: Robert May (UC Davis)
Frege’s Logic: Begriffsschrift vs. Grundgesetze

June 6, 11-13: Crispin Wright (Stirling University)
The sceptics and the dogmatist (small "d")

June 13, 11-13: Javier Legris (UBA, CONICET, Argentina)
Operational Iconicity and the Tradition of Symbolic Knowledge

June 13, 15-17: Edoardo Giovannini (CONICET, Argentina)
Formal Content and Meaning in Mathematics

June 17, 16-18: Fenner Tanswell (TU Berlin)
Interesting and Important Mathematics

June 17, 14-16: Kenny Easwaran (UC Irvine)

Puzzles: epistemoogy as art

Co-funded by: Epistemology and Philosophy of Mathematics IUSS Project; PRIN
2022 PNRR Understanding Scientific Disagreement and its Impact on Society; PRIN
PUMa Proofs and Understanding in Mathematics.

Organizers: Silvia De Toffoli (silvia.detoffoli@iusspavia.it), Andrea Sereni
(andrea.sereni@iusspavia.it), Luca Zanetti (luca.zanetti@iusspavia.it).