If you are familiar with some prominent figures of Philosophy, like John MacFarlane, you might be familiar with this working group. If you are interested in joining the discussion, here are the upcoming events by Townsend Center Working Group in the History and Philosophy of Logic, Mathematics, and Science that you can join.
Superplurals, Groups, and Paradox
The first event that will be held by this working group is related to the use of Superpurals, Groups, and Paradox. This event will be held on February 27, 2019, from 6 PM to 7.30 PM in 234 Moses Hall. The keynote speaker for this event will be Stewart Shapiro, a Professor of Philosophy of the Ohio State University. He defends the abstract variety of structuralism and it makes him one of the prominent figures of the philosophy of mathematics.
How Geometry Became Structural
The next event by this working group has a theme about how geometry became structural. This event will be held on March 6, 2019, from 6 PM to 7.30 PM in 470 Stephens. For this event, this working group will be working with OHST or Office for History of Science and Technology of the University of California. The keynote speaker for this event will be Georg Schiemer, an Assistant Professor of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna. He is interested in the history and philosophy of logic.
How to Join the Event
If you are interested in of those events, you can participate as the participant since all of those events are open for everyone. However, you need to wait for the registration to open.
This working group always engages in the lively discussion of the current issues related to the fields. By joining the upcoming events by Townsend Center Working Group in the History and Philosophy of Logic, Mathematics, and Science, you will gain more knowledge in various fields.