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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Philosophy of Mathematical Practices, 7-8 November 2011, SPAIN

Sevilla (Spain)

On Nov. 7-8 we shall organize in Seville, Spain, the 4th Workshop on 
Philosophy of Mathematical Practices, this time focused on open problems 
in contemporary set theory.

The topic is Maximalist and Minimalist Perspectives on Infinity. The list 
of speakers includes several noted specialists in set theory and the 
philosophy of set theory, namely:

Tatiana Arrigoni (Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento);
Joan Bagara (Universitat de Barcelona);
Laura Crosilla (University of Leeds);
Sy D. Friedman (Kurt Gdel Centre for Mathematical Logic, Vienna);
Ignasi Jan (Universitat de Barcelona).

The workshop is organized by research project "Filosofa de las prcticas 
matemticas: agencia humana, conocimiento y contextos" (FFI2009-10024) 
with the collaboration of IMUS (Instituto de Matemticas de la Univ. de 
Sevilla) and the Spanish Sociedad de Lgica (SLMFCE).

Conferences shall take place in the Facultad de Matemticas (campus de 
Reina Mercedes; calle Tarfia, 41012 Sevilla, Spain). For more information, 

Jose Ferreiros
Departamento de Filosofia y Logica
Universidad de Sevilla