Icon version of the Flipboard logoPhilosophy of Science On Forms of Justification in Set Theory pitt.edu - Neil Barton In the contemporary philosophy of set theory, discussion of new axioms that purport to resolve independence necessitates an explanation of how they …

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Hre Banksflipped into Current/sortIcon version of the Flipboard logo The role of syntactic representations in set theory pitt.edu - Keith Weber In this paper, we explore the role of syntactic representations in set theory. We highlight a common inferential scheme in set theory, which we call …

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Hydrolagusflipped into MATHEMATICSIcon version of the Flipboard logoStanford University The Emergence of First-Order Logic (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) stanford.edu The modern study of logic is commonly dated to 1847, with the appearance of Boole’s Mathematical Analysis of Logic. This work established that …

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Icon version of the Flipboard logoPhilosophy of Science Univalent Foundations and the UniMath Library pitt.edu - Anthony Bordg We give a concise presentation of the Univalent Foundations of mathematics outlining the main ideas (section 1), followed by a discussion of the …

Mathematics Univalent Foundations as a Foundation for Mathematical Practice - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu - philsci-archive.pitt.edu Crane, Harry (2018) Univalent Foundations as a Foundation for Mathematical Practice. [Preprint] I prove that invoking the univalence axiom is …

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Philosophy of Science Modal Ω-Logic: Automata, Neo-Logicism, and Set-Theoretic Realism - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu - philsci-archive.pitt.edu Khudairi, Hasen (2017) Modal Ω-Logic: Automata, Neo-Logicism, and Set-Theoretic Realism. [Preprint] This essay examines the philosophical significance …

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jalvarez303flipped into Joni's Reading ListMathematics Making Sense of Sets, in Theory and Life The Wall Street Journal. - Eugenia ChengSet theory has applications in the real world, from bars to train schedules Mathematics often helps us to think about issues that don’t seem mathematical. One area that has surprisingly far-reaching applications

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Tom Falkflipped into Algorithms Philosophy of Science Set Theory and Structures - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu Barton, Neil and Friedman, Sy-David (2018) Set Theory and Structures. [Preprint] There is a more recent version of this item available. Set-theoretic …

Shujjat Ahmedflipped into #philosophyPhilosophy of Science Maximality and Ontology: How axiom content varies across philosophical frameworks - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu Barton, Neil and Friedman, Sy-David (2017) Maximality and Ontology: How axiom content varies across philosophical frameworks. [Preprint] Discussion of …

Philosophy of Science Large Cardinals and the Iterative Conception of Set - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu - philsci-archive.pitt.edu Barton, Neil (2018) Large Cardinals and the Iterative Conception of Set. [Preprint] There is a more recent version of this item available. The …

Philosophy of Science Richness and Reflection - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu - philsci-archive.pitt.edu A pervasive thought in contemporary Philosophy of Mathematics is that in order to justify reflection principles, one must hold Universism: the view …

rye_breadflipped into ADHD Brain DrainPhilosophy of Science Spacetime is as spacetime does - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu Lam, Vincent and Wuthrich, Christian (2018) Spacetime is as spacetime does. [Preprint] Theories of quantum gravity generically presuppose or predict …

David Huberflipped into ComputingPhilosophy of Science Forcing and the Universe of Sets: Must we lose insight? - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu Barton, Neil (2018) Forcing and the Universe of Sets: Must we lose insight? [Preprint] There is a more recent version of this item available. A central …

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Mr. Staggerleeflipped into Mind over Matter & quantom theory.Philosophy of Science The emergence of space and time - Philsci-Archive pitt.edu Wuthrich, Christian (2018) The emergence of space and time. [Preprint] Research in quantum gravity strongly suggests that our world in not …

Armahedi Mahzarflipped into Conway GamesIcon version of the Flipboard logoMathematics Can we axiomatize Omnific Integers without the Surreal Number system? mathoverflow.net - Keshav Srinivasan Omnific integers are the counterpart in the Surreal numbers of the integers. The surreal numbers are usually defined using set theory, and then the …

Probability Addition Rules in Probability thoughtco.com - by Courtney Taylor Addition rules are important in probability. These rules provide us with a way to calculate the probability of the event "A or B," provided that we …