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Irvine-Pittsburgh-Princeton Conference on the Mathematical and Conceptual Foundations of Physics

4-5 April 2013
Center for Philosophy of Science
817 Cathedral of Learning
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA USA

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Over the past few decades, philosophers of physics and others have made important contributions to the mathematical and conceptual foundations of physical theories by critically analyzing how the mathematical structures of such theories inform central philosophical concerns, and in some cases by proving new theorems of high philosophical interest. This conference aims to bring together physicists, mathematicians, and philosophers of physics working on such technical issues. The venue is April 4, 2013 at the Center for Philosophy of Science in Pittsburgh. The event will immediately precede a workshop on "Relativistic Causality in Quantum Field Theory and General Relativity" taking place on April 5-7.


Organizing Committee

Hans Halvorson (Princeton University)
Michael Miller (University of Pittsburgh)
Giovanni Valente (University of Pittsburgh)
Jim Weatherall (UC Irvine)


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