Sanchez-Ron discussions contemporary reactions to Einstein’s theories, both among mathematicians and physicists, and among philosophers.
Howard places Einstein’s philosophy of sciences in its historical context, describing his (Einstein’s) principle of ‘Eindeutigkeit’.
Da Costa Leite discusses physics as a social, cultural and ideological phenomenon, with particular focus on Portugal.
Lawvere examines the ideas of toposes and generalised spaces for the geometric insight into reality that they provide.
Michael Wright chairs a discussion with conference attendees about ideals apparent in Grothendieck’s work, including geometry, logic, and the philosophy of generalisation.
(I can’t believe that, for the whole two days I was there, I didn’t hear a single person make this pun even once…) At the start of October, the Archive Trust dispatched me to London. My mission was record to a conference on The Philosophy and Physics of Emmy Noether, at the University of Notre …
Interview with FW Lawvere on the topic of Philosophy of Physics
Lecture with Michael Atiyah on the topic of Philosophy of Physics