Now available on website and in bookstore

**Foundations of Mathematics. A Neoclassical Approach to Infinity ****(FMNAI)** is for (1) students interested in methodology and the foundations of mathematics – e.g. 255 more words

Now available on website and in bookstore

**Foundations of Mathematics. A Neoclassical Approach to Infinity ****(FMNAI)** is for (1) students interested in methodology and the foundations of mathematics – e.g. 255 more words

When was the last time that you played Outside? I know the answer to this question, but we should go over our terms in order to bring it about. 1,321 more words

I’m collecting some material for an article that would like to show the importance that some debates in philosophy of science would actually have for science education. 506 more words

I recently found my high school algebra book from the classic Dolciani series. In Chapter 1’s exercises, I stumbled upon this innocent question: *Determine whether there exists a one-to-one correspondence between the two sets {natural numbers} and {even natural numbers}* 1,040 more words

Pseudoscience and conspiracy theory are not victimless crimes against science

theconversation.com/pseudoscience-… http://t.co/P5IbPypN3Q—

C. S. Prakash (@AgBioWorld) June 05, 2015

– What if instead of a fundamental metaphysical principle, the act/potency theory is just a folk-physics theory? If that’s true, then it wouldn’t serve too much purpose beyond the folk-physics level, since we would be ascribing aspects of our interactions with ‘medium-sized dry goods’ (Austin) to a fundamental metaphysical principle – and how fundamental can a theory be if it only describes our most basic interaction with the world? 67 more words

I think it was during the second year of my PhD when my very good friend and a fantastic colleague (or the other way round?) Raj showed me an excerpt from the book he was reading. 429 more words