Philosophy of Logic, Math and Physics: Graduate Conference, June 5-6, 2014

LMP 2000

April 1, 2000


Peter Apostoli (Toronto)

“The Cantorian Ordinals as proximal Wellorders of Type-Free sets”


Ori Belkind (Northwestern)
“The Concept of Mass, Conceptual Frameworks and Reference”
Comments: Melanie Frappier

Adam Elga (MIT)
“A Thermodynamic Explanation of the Counterfactual Divergence Asymmetry”
Comments: Gregory Lavers

Mary Leng (Toronto)
“What’s Wrong with Indispensability (Or, The Case for Recreational Mathematics)”
Comments: David Laverty

Gordon Locke (Toronto)
“Pierce’s Metaphysics: Evolution Synechism, and his mathematical Conception of the Continuum”
Comments: Dylan Gault

Matthew Parker (Chicago)
“Is Non-Computable Behaviour Intrinsic to Physical Science?”
Comments: Sona Ghosh

R. Dennis Potter (Notre Dame)
“Geometric Diagrams and the Problem of Universal Knowledge”
Comments: Gregory Lavers

Robert Spekkens (Toronto)
“Operational Quantum Mechanics and What the Density Operator Can’t Tell You”
Comments: Kirk McDermid

Nathan Wright (Western Michigan)
“Temporal Symmetries and Event Order”
Comments: Derek Brown


David Boutillier and Carrie Klatt

Participants in the Physics Conference

2018 Keynote Speaker

David Wallace is a philosopher of physics at the Philosophy School of the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at the University of Southern California.