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Mathematics, Logic, and Method in Kant's Transcendental Philosophy

Friday - Saturday, 13-14 April 2012
Panther Room
Holiday Inn Select - University Center
100 Lytton Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA USA

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Everyone welcome. Registration is requested but not required. To register, please contact cweber23@pitt.edu.

     Friday Afternoon    

 1:00 pm

Number, Quantity and Non-Conceptual Content in Kant
Emily Carson
Department of Philosophy
McGill University


Coffee Break

 3:00 - 4:30

On the Possibility of Mathematics: Revisiting Kant's "Argument From Geometry"
Lisa Shabel
Department of Philosophy
Ohio State University

     Saturday Morning     

 8:30 am

Continental Breakfast


Kant’s Conception of Number
Daniel Sutherland
Department of Philosophy
University of Illinois, Chicago


Coffee Break


Should Kant Have Thought That Logic Was Complete Since Aristotle?
Jeremy Heis
Department of Philosophy
University of California, Irvine



     Saturday Afternoon         

 2:00 pm

Transcendental Logic, the Applicability of Mathematics, and the Schematism of the Understanding
Anja Jauernig
Department of Philosophy
University of Pittsburgh


Coffee Break

 4:00 - 5:30

General Discussion

Program Committee

Bob Batterman, University of Pittsburgh
Stephen Engstrom, University of Pittsburgh


Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh
The Harvey and Leslie Wagner Endowment

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