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

LMP 2004

May 8, 2004


David DeVidi (Waterloo)

Was That Negations With an ‘S’? There’s Not No More than One Kind of Negation in the Title of this Talk


David John Baker (Princeton) Book Prize (Presented by Jeremy Butterfield)
“Lingering Problems with Probability in Many-World Quantum Mechanics”
Comments: Dylan Gault

Nancy Davies (Waterloo)
“The Paradox of Knowability and Paraconsistent Logic”
Comments: Gregory Lavers

Allan Hazlet (Brown)
“Against Fictionalism”
Comments: Kenneth Chung

Jukka Keranen (Pittsburgh)
“Towards an Analysis of Mathematical Thought”
Comments: Darren McDonald

Paul Mainwood (Oxford)
“Thought Experiments in Galileo and Newton’s Experimental Philosophy”
Comments: Shannon Dea

Greg Novak (Wisconsin , Madison)
“An Argument that Spacetime in Not Continuous”
Comments: Robert Moir


Greg Andres, Elana Geller, David Johnston, Darren McDonald, Leonardo Jordao and Dylan Gault

2017 Keynote Speaker

Doreen Fraser is a professor of philosophy at the University of Waterloo. Her research is largely in the philosophy of quantum field theory, but extends to broader issues such as analogies in physics and the applicability of mathematics.