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--24-May-2017-Zaltas-Lectures-Axiomatic-Theory-of-
Abstract-Objects
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SUMMARY:Zalta's Lectures: Axiomatic Theory of Abst
ract Objects
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170522
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170524
LOCATION:Room F1.15, ILLC, Science Park 107, Amste
rdam
DESCRIPTION:In this lecture series, we present a b
ody of theorems formally derivable from the axioms
of “object theory”. The axioms are motivated and
presented in the first lecture, and once they are
in place, we define a variety of abstract objects
and systematize them by deriving the their governi
ng principles as theorems. We identify and derive
principles governing: truth-values, logical classe
s, situations, possible worlds, impossible worlds,
concepts (including complete individual concepts)
, Forms, fictions, Fregean senses, Fregean (natura
l) numbers, and theoretical mathematical individua
ls and relations generally. The objectives of the
course are to familiarize participants with the t
heory of objects, developed and defended by Prof.
Ed Zalta, and to more generally discuss the topics
with which it deals, such as: logical classes, si
tuations, possible and impossible worlds, concepts
, Forms, fictions, Fregean senses, Fregean numbers
, and mathematical individuals and relations.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n In this lectur
e series, we present a body of theorems formally d
erivable from the axioms of “object theory”. The a
xioms are motivated and presented in the first lec
ture, and once they are in place, we define a vari
ety of abstract objects and systematize them by de
riving the their governing principles as theorems.
We identify and derive principles governing: trut
h-values, logical classes, situations, possible wo
rlds, impossible worlds, concepts (including compl
ete individual concepts), Forms, fictions, Fregean
senses, Fregean (natural) numbers, and theoretica
l mathematical individuals and relations generally
.

\n\n The objectives of the course are to
familiarize participants with the theory of object
s, developed and defended by Prof. Ed Zalta, and t
o more generally discuss the topics with which it
deals, such as: logical classes, situations, possi
ble and impossible worlds, concepts, Forms, fictio
ns, Fregean senses, Fregean numbers, and mathemati
cal individuals and relations.

\n
URL:http://projects.illc.uva.nl/conceivability/Eve
nts/event/37/Zaltas-Lectures-Axiomatic-Theory-of-A
bstract-Objects
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