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15 Nominalism 483,16 Nominalism Reconsidered 515,17 Structuralism 536. 18 Structuralism Reconsidered 563,19 Predicativity 590. 20 Mathematics Application and Applicability 625, 21 Logical Consequence Proof Theory and Model Theory 651. 22 Logical Consequence A Constructivist View 671,23 Relevance in Reasoning 696. 24 No Requirement of Relevance 727,25 Higher order Logic 751.
26 Higher order Logic Reconsidered 781, This volume provides comprehensive and accessible coverage of the disciplines of. philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of logic including an overview of the major. problems positions and battle lines In line with the underlying theme of the series each. author was given a free hand to develop his or her distinctive viewpoint Thus the various. chapters are not neutral Readers see exposition and criticism as well as substantial. development of philosophical positions I am pleased to report that each chapter breaks. new ground The volume not only presents the disciplines of philosophy of mathematics. and philosophy of logic but advances them as well, For many of the major positions in the philosophy of mathematics and logic the book. contains at least two chapters at least one sympathetic to the view and one critical Of. course this does not guarantee that every major viewpoint is given a sympathetic. treatment For example one of my own pet positions ante rem structuralism comes in for. heavy criticism in two of the chapters and is not defended anywhere except briefly in. chapter 1 In light of the depth and extent of the disciplines today no single volume or. series of volumes can provide extensive and sympathetic coverage of even the major. positions on offer And there would hardly be a point to such an undertaking since the. disciplines are ever evolving New positions and new criticisms of old positions emerge. with each issue of each major philosophy journal Most of the chapters contain an. extensive bibliography In total this volume provides a clear picture of the state of the art. There is some overlap between the chapters This is to be expected in a work of this scope. and it was explicitly encouraged Authors often draw interesting but distinctive. conclusions from the same material There is of course no sharp separation between the. philosophy of mathematics and the philosophy of logic The main issues and views of. either discipline permeate those of the other Just about every chapter deals with matters. mathematical and matters logical, After the Introduction chapter 1 the book begins with a historical section consisting of. three chapters Chapter 2 deals with the modern period Kant and his intellectual. predecessors chapter 3 concerns later empiricism including John Stuart Mill and logical. positivism and chapter 4 focuses on Ludwig Wittgenstein. The volume then turns to the big three views that dominated the philosophy and. foundations of mathematics in the early decades of the twentieth century logicism. formalism and intuitionism There are three chapters on logicism one dealing with the. emergence of the program in the work of Frege Russell and Dedekind chapter 5 one on. neologicism the contemporary legacy of Fregean logicism chapter 6 and one called. Logicism Reconsidered which provides a technical assessment of the program in its first. century chapter 7 This is followed by a lengthy chapter on formalism covering its. historical and philosophical aspects chapter 8 Two of the three chapters on intuitionism. overlap considerably The first chapter 9 provides the philosophical background to. intuitionism through the work of L E J Brouwer Arend Heyting and others The second. chapter 10 takes a more explicitly mathematical perspective Chapter 11 Intuitionism. Reconsidered focuses largely on technical issues concerning the logic. The next section of the volume deals with views that dominated in the later twentieth. century and beyond Chapter 12 provides a sympathetic reconstruction of Quinean holism. and indispensability This is followed by two chapters that focus directly on naturalism. Chapter 13 lays out the principles of some prominent naturalists and chapter 14 is critical. of the main themes of naturalism Next up are nominalism and structuralism which get. two chapters each One of these is sympathetic to at least one variation on the view in. question and the other reconsiders, Chapter 19 is a detailed and sympathetic treatment of a predicative approach to both the. philosophy and the foundations of mathematics This is followed by an extensive treatment. of the application of mathematics to the sciences chapter 20 lays out different senses in. which mathematics is to be applied and draws some surprising philosophical conclusions. The last six chapters of the volume focus more directly on logical matters in three pairs. There are two chapters devoted to the central notion of logical consequence Chapter 21. presents and defends the role of semantic notions and model theory and chapter 22 takes a. more constructive approach leading to proof theory The next two chapters deal with the. so called paradoxes of relevance chapter 23 arguing that the proper notion of logical. consequence carries a notion of relevance and chapter 24 arguing against this The final. two chapters concern higher order logic Chapter 25 presents higher order logic and. provides an overview of its various uses in foundational studies Of course chapter 26. reconsiders, Throughout the process of assembling this book I benefited considerably from the sage.
advice of my editor Peter Ohlin of Oxford University Press USA and from my. colleagues and friends at Ohio State St Andrews and other institutions Thanks. especially to Penelope Maddy and Michael Detlefsen. Notes on the Contributors, John P Burgess Ph D in Logic Berkeley 1975 has taught since 1976 at Princeton. where he is now Director of Undergraduate Studies His interests include logic philosophy. of mathematics metaethics and pataphysics He is the author of numerous articles on. mathematical and philosophical logic and philosophy of mathematics and of Fixing Frege. and with Gideon Rosen A Subject with No Object Oxford University Press 1997. Charles Chihara is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of California. Berkeley He is the author of Ontology and the Vicious Circle Principle 1973. Constructibility and Mathematical Existence Oxford University Press 1990 The Worlds. of Possibility Model Realism and the Semantics of Modal Logic Oxford University Press. 1998 and A Structural Account of Mathematics Oxford University Press 2004. Peter J Clark is Reader in Logic and Metaphysics and Head of the School of. Philosophical and Anthropological Studies in the University of St Andrews He works. primarily in the philosophy of physical science and mathematics and is editor of the British. Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Roy Cook is a Visiting Professor at Villanova University and an Associate Fellow at the. Arch Research Centre at the University of St Andrews He has published on the. philosophy of logic language and mathematics in numerous journals including. Philosophia Mathematica Mind The Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic The Journal. of Symbolic Logic and Analysis, William Demopoulos has published articles in diverse fields in the philosophy of the exact. sciences and on the development of analytic philosophy in the twentieth century He is a. member of the Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science of the University of. California Irvine, Michael Detlefsen is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame He is the. author of Hilbert s Program An Essay on Mathematical Instrumentalism 1986 and editor. of Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, Solomon Feferman is Professor of Mathematics and Philosophy and the Patrick Suppes.
Professor of Humanities and Sciences Emeritus at Stanford University He is the author of. numerous articles on logic and the foundations of mathematics and of In the Light of Logic. Oxford University Press 1998 editor in chief of the Collected Works of Kurt G del. vols I V Oxford University Press 1986 2003 and author with Anita B Feferman of. Truth and Consequences The Life and Logic of Alfred Tarski forthcoming Feferman. received the Rolf Schock Prize for Logic and Philosophy for 2003. Juliet Floyd is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Boston University working primarily. on the interplay between logic mathematics and philosophy in early twentieth century. philosophy She has written articles on Kant Frege Russell Wittgenstein Quine and. G del and with Sanford Shieh edited Future Pasts The Analytic Tradition in Twentieth. Century Philosophy Oxford University Press 2001, Bob Hale is Professor of Metaphysical Philosophy at the University of Glasgow. Geoffrey Hellman is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota He is author. of Mathematics Without Numbers Oxford University Press 1989 and edited Quantum. Measurement Beyond Paradox 1998 with Richard Healey He has published numerous. research papers in philosophy of mathematics philosophy of physics and general. philosophy of science He also has an interest in musical aesthetics and remains active as a. concert pianist, Ignacio Jan is Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Logic and the History and. Philosophy of Science of the University of Barcelona His main interests are in the. foundations of mathematics philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of logic He is the. author of A Critical Appraisal of Second order Logic History and Philosophy of Logic. 1993 The Role of Absolute Infinity in Cantor s Conception of Set Erkenntnis 1995. and Reflections on Skolem s Relativity of Set Theoretical Concepts Philosophia. Mathematica 2001, Fraser MacBride is a Reader in the School of Philosophy at Birkbeck College London He. previously taught in the Department of Logic Metaphysics at the University of St. Andrews and was a research fellow at University College London He has written several. articles on the philosophy of mathematics metaphysics and the history of philosophy and. is the editor of The Foundations of Mathematics and Logic special issue of The. Philosophical Quarterly vol 54 no 214 January 2004. Penelope Maddy is Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science at the University of. California Irvine Her work includes Believing the Axioms Journal of Symbolic Logic. 1988 Realism in Mathematics Oxford University Press 1990 and Naturalism in. Mathematics Oxford University Press 1997, D C McCarty is member of the Logic Program at Indiana University. Carl Posy is Professor of Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem His work. covers philosophical logic the philosophy of mathematics and the history of philosophy. He is editor of Kant s Philosophy of Mathematics Modern Essays 1992 A recent. publication on logic and the philosophy of mathematics is Epistemology Ontology and. the Continuum in Mathematics and the Growth of Knowledge E Grossholz ed 2001. A recent paper on the history of philosophy is Between Leibniz and Mill Kant s Logic. and the Rhetoric of Psychologism in Philosophy Psychology and Psychologism. Critical and Historical Readings on the Psychological Turn in Philosophy D Jacquette. Dag Prawitz is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at Stockholm University Emeritus as. of 2001 Most of his research is in proof theory philosophy of mathematics and. philosophy of language Some early works include Natural Deduction A Proof. Theoretical Study 1965 Ideas and Results in Proof Theory Proceedings of the Second. Scandinavian Logic Symposium 1971 and Philosophical Aspects of Proof Theory. Contemporary Philosophy A New Survey 1981 Some recent ones are Truth and. Objectivity from a Verificationist Point of View Truth in Mathematics 1998 Meaning. and Objectivity Meaning and Interpretation 2002 and replies to critic s in Theoria. 1998 special issue The Philosophy of Dag Prawitz, Agust n Rayo received his degree from MIT in 2000 and then spent four years at the.
AHRB Research Centre for the Philosophy of Logic Language Mathematics and Mind at. the University of St Andrews He is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of. California San Diego and works mainly on the philosophy of logic mathematics and. Michael D Resnik is University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of. North Carolina at Chapel Hill He is the author of Mathematics as a Science of Patterns. Oxford University Press 1997 and Frege and the Philosophy of Mathematics 1980 as. well as a number of articles in philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of logic. Gideon Rosen is Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University He is the author with. John P Burgess of A Subject with No Object Strategies for Nominalistic Interpretation of. Mathematics Oxford University Press 1997, Lisa Shabel is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at The Ohio State University Her. articles include Kant on the Symbolic Construction of Mathematical Concepts Studies. in History of Philosophy of Science 1998 and Kant s Argument from Geometry. Journal of the History of Philosophy 2004 She has also published a monograph titled. Mathematics in Kant s Critical Philosophy Reflections on Mathematical Practice 2003. Stewart Shapiro is the O Donnell Professor of Philosophy at The Ohio State University and. Professorial Fellow in the Research Centre Arch at the University of St Andrews His. The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic Stewart Shapiro Editor Professor of Philosophy Ohio State University Abstract This book provides comprehensive and accessible coverage of the disciplines of philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of logic After an introduction the book begins with a historical section consisting of a chapter on the modern period Kant and his

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