Thursday, January 26, 2006

 

Honeymooning

It's been a while since the last post, but after reading the touching tale of Matt Weiner's ongoing relationship with his blog, I've decided to make the most of the honeymoon period, even though - or perhaps because - I don't really have anything to say.

The schedule for the UCLA/USC conference is now up here. I'm looking forward to the talks, in particular those of Kenny Easwaran of antimeta fame, and Daniel Rothschild - not just because his topic sounds interesting, but because he has a heartless namesake spurning the affections of a clearly not-crazy girl over on TAR (scroll down when you get there). Which, obviously, is cool.

Let me leave with a reminder that the deadline for submitting to the UT Austin grad conference is coming up. The topic is Thoughts, Words, Objects, and so we're looking for submissions in metaphysics, philosophy of language, mind, and other relevant sub-disciplines. The keynotes are Dean Zimmerman and Jason Stanley from Rutgers. I'll post some real philosophy as soon as I've finished reading Stanley's absurdly good new monograph - if I can't find something to say then, I never will.

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I've noticed that all the logic blogs that started in early 2005 seem to be posting less often now than they were several months ago - I guess it's the same honeymoon effect. And also, after a while, I don't want to just keep making the same points about three types of realism in mathematics, or whatever.
 
There are 3 types of realism in mathematics? I'm intrigued............
 
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