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on-the-Philosophy-of-Mathematics-Vienna-Austria
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SUMMARY:2nd European Summer School on the Philosop
hy of Mathematics, Vienna, Austria
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DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20240913
LOCATION:Vienna, Austria
DESCRIPTION:The second European Summer School on t
he Philosophy of Mathematics aims to bring togethe
r Master and PhD students interested in the connec
tion between philosophy and mathematics, giving th
em the opportunity to discuss related topics with
leading scholars in the field. Topics will be sele
cted reflecting participants’ interests and may in
clude: * Mathematical knowledge and mathematical
understanding * Justification and representation
in mathematics * Informal proofs and mathematical
rigor * The role of intuition and diagrams in ma
thematical reasoning * Experimental mathematics a
nd mathematical practice * Mathematical ontology
The School will include tutorials by Jessica Cart
er (Aarhus University), Yacin Hamami (ETH Zurich)
and Leon Horsten (University of Konstanz), as well
as a training unit on "Quantitative and qualitati
ve empirical methods for philosophers of mathemati
cs" by Matthew Inglis and Deborah Kant.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n The second Eur
opean Summer School on the Philosophy of Mathemati
cs aims to bring together Master and PhD students
interested in the connection between philosophy an
d mathematics, giving them the opportunity to disc
uss related topics with leading scholars in the fi
eld. Topics will be selected reflecting
participants’ interests and may include:

\n *
Mathematical knowledge and mathematical understand
ing

\n * Justification and representation in m
athematics

\n * Informal proofs and mathematic
al rigor

\n * The role of intuition and diagra
ms in mathematical reasoning

\n * Experimental
mathematics and mathematical practice

\n * Ma
thematical ontology

\n The School will incl
ude tutorials by Jessica Carter (Aarhus University
), Yacin Hamami (ETH Zurich) and Leon Horsten (Uni
versity of Konstanz), as well as a training unit o
n "Quantitative and qualitative empirical met
hods for philosophers of mathematics" by Matt
hew Inglis and Deborah Kant.

URL:https://summerschool-ivc.univie.ac.at/
CONTACT:summerschool.ivc at univie.ac.at
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