Workshop and Special Issue on Disagreements in Mathematics
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The Program can be found here.
- Andrew Aberdein (Florida Institute of Technology)
- Paul Ernest (University of Exeter)
- Eugénie Hunsicker (University of Loughborough)
- Mikkel Moseholm (University of Copenhagen)
- Benedikt Löwe (Amsterdam, Cambridge & Hamburg)
- Graham Priest (CUNY Graduate Center & University of Melbourne)
- Henrik Kragh Sørensen (University of Copenhagen)
- Roy Wagner (ETH Zurich)
Colin J. Rittberg (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Deniz Sarikaya (Universität Hamburg)
This workshop is part of a project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 883724.
Special Issue of Axiomathes
Call for Papers: Special Issue Axiomathes Disagreement in Mathematics Guest Editors: Colin J. Rittberg (Amsterdam & Brussel) and Deniz Sarikaya(Hamburg) This special issue explores disagreements in mathematical practices. Disagreements in mathematics have been primarily explored in connection to the foundational debates. Other instances of disagreement in mathematical practices, such as about which definitions are most suitable to capture a mathematical concept, who deserves credit for mathematical results, which inferential moves are permissible, ethical concerns, or which research programmes to pursue, have received much less attention in the philosophical literature. For the special issue we envision contributions that study these various forms of disagreement. To this end we invite philosophers, mathematicians, logicians, historians, mathematics educators and others to contribute to the proposed special issue. Suitable topics of submissions include but are not limited to: ? permissible inferences in mathematics ? the epistemic status of mathematical results ? the suitability of definitions ? the value of research programmes ? credit allocation for mathematical results ? ethical concerns connected to mathematical research ? the organisation of institutional structures ? how is disagreement overcome in mathematical practices ? the foundations of mathematics ? mathematical pluralism ? logical anti-exceptionalism The deadline for submission is August 15th, 2021. Submissions will undergo Axiomathes? standard double-blind refereeing procedure. Papers should be submitted via the Axiomathes editorial manager at https://www.editorialmanager.com/axio. When the system asks you to ?Choose Article Type?, please scroll down in the pull-down menu to choose this special issue: "S.I. Disagreement in math". When preparing your paper, please read the journal's 'Instructions for authors' at https://www.springer.com/journal/10516/submission-guidelines. For further information, please contact ideally both of us: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com