The aim of this event is to gather philosophical logicians, epistemologists, and philosophers of mathematics. Munich, 20th to 22nd June
This conference will make progress on the analysis of what exactly makes our knowledge of mathematical and logical principles possible. Questions concerning our knowledge of mathematical and logical principles will be addressed from a perspective that integrates philosophical logic, the philosophy of mathematics, epistemology, and the philosophy of language. The questions will include, but will not be limited to, how our confidence in different kinds of reflection principles (formal statements that assert an implication between the provability of a class of sentences and their truth) can be justified.
It will be held in Munich next week, from 20th to 22nd June. Here is a link to the conference website:
How to register
If public health regulations will allow it the conference will be held in person, though preparations are made to hold a hybrid event should some participants prefer to participate remotely.
Please register via the online tool before June 20th. Note that participation is only possible after confirmed registration.
We are looking forward to seeing you (either in person or online) in Munich!
The Conference Organisers
- Marianna Antonutti
- Martin Fischer
- Matteo Zicchetti
- Dora Achurioti (Amsterdam University College and ILLC)
- Sharon Berry (University of Indiana Bloomington)
- Nicola Bonatti (MCMP, LMU Munich)
- Cezary Cieslinski (University of Warsaw)
- Walter Dean (University of Warwick)
- Martin Fischer (MCMP, LMU Munich)
- Henri Galinon (University of Clermont Auvergne)
- Leon Horsten (University of Konstanz)
- Mateusz Łełyk (University of Warsaw)
- Nikolaj J.L. Linding Pedersen (Underwood International College)
- Carlo Nicolai (King’s College London)
- Fabian Pregel (University of Oxford)
- Lorenzo Rossi (University of Turin)
- Daniel Waxman (National University of Singapore)
- Crispin Wright (NYU and University of Stirling) (TBC