Central APA 2016

Arbitrariness in Frege’s Philosophy of Mathematics

Chair: Marcus Rossberg (University of Connecticut)

Arbitrariness and Conceptual Analysis in Frege, Patricia Blanchette (University of Notre Dame)

Frege’s Definition of Cardinal Number, Roy T. Cook (University of Minnesota)

What arbitrariness? Frege’s two definitions of number and the aims of analysis, Philip A. Ebert (University of Stirling)

Arbitrariness and Constraints in Frege and Dedekind, Erich Reck (University of California, Riverside)

Russell and Wittgenstein in the 1910s and 1920s: New Developments

On Newman’s Twin Objections to Russell’s Structural Realism

TBA, David G. Stern (University of Iowa)

On the Ontology behind Russell’s Map of the Judgment Complex in His Theory of Knowledge, Katarina Perovic (University of Iowa)

Time in Russell’s Structural Realism, Gregory Landini (University of Iowa)

On Newman’s Twin Objections to Russell’s Structural Realism, Landon D. C. Elkind (University of Iowa)