Fri Feb 3, 2012
60 Evans Hall, 4:10–6 PM
Leo Harrington (University of California, Berkeley)
Is There a Philosophical View Already in Mathematical Logic?
This talk will suggest that a certain “view”, readily available from basic ingredients of mathematical logic, bears a resemblance with views found respectively in the philosophers Parmenides, Hegel, and Heidegger. And this talk will attempt to indicate the possibility that, while staying inside mathematical logic, this view can be elaborated to maintain such a resemblance with a philosophical view found in common in the works of these philosophers.