Logic in Kant’s Wake – SCHEDULE

McMaster University, 6-9 May 2016 (UH 316)

Sponsored by

McMaster’s Bertrand Russell Research Centre (Faculty of Humanities), Michael Forster Humboldt Professorship (Bonn, Germany), The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

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6 May 7 May 8 May 9 May

9:00-10:30

Frederick Beiser, Syracuse

Cohen’s Logik der reinen Erkenntnis

 

Corey Dyck, Western

Logic and Psychology from Wolff to Kant

 

Consuelo Preti, The College of New Jersey

How Russell Could Have Thought Moore Was A Logician

10:30-10:45 Pause
10:45-12:15

 

Scott Edgar, St Mary’s

The origins of Hermann Cohen’s logic of pure knowledge

Clinton Tolley, UCSD

Hegel’s Conception of Thinking in his Logics

 

Nick Griffin, McMaster

Russell and Hilbert and Kant and Geometry

 

12:15-13:30 Catered Lunch (Wilson Library)
13:30-15:00

 

Gary Ostertag, CUNY

Bradley and Russell on Relations and Propositional Unity

Erich Reck , UC Riverside

The Logic in Dedekind’s Logicism

 

Lydia Patton, Virginia Tech

Laws of Thought and Laws of Logic: from Psychology to Mathematics after Kant

15:00-15:15 Student Session:

Laura Davis, Pittsburgh

Rethinking Logical Hylomorphism: Kant and the Subjective Formalists

 

Milan Soutor, Prague

Moore vs. Kant and Bradley: Are concepts acquired by operations of mind?

 

Joshua Eisenberg, Pittsburgh

Hertz’s Logically-Oriented Physics

 

Pause
15:15-16:45

Sandra Lapointe, McMaster

Methodological Pluralism and the History of Logic before and after Kant

Michael Forster, Bonn

TBA

 

 

Sean Morris, Metropolitan State University, Denver

 

By Skype

 

16:45-17:00 Pause
17:00-18:30 Graham Priest, CUNY

Kant’s Excessive Tenderness for Things in the

World, and Hegel’s Dialetheism

Nick Stang, Toronto

Der Gedanke in the Context of 19th Century Logic

Jeremy Heis,

UC Irvine

by Skype