Call for Proposals: Philosophy of Mathematics Group Sessions at APA Eastern Division Meetings
The Philosophy of Mathematics Association is an affiliated group of the American Philosophical Association and as such is invited to organize sessions in the group program at APA divisional meetings. The PMA has held such a group session at the 2020 Eastern meeting and the 2021 Pacific meeting, and is hoping to make philosophy of mathematics symposia a regular component of APA divisional meetings. Please submit your proposal for a 2- or 3-hour symposium on a topic in the philosophy of mathematics by June 1, 2021.
Proposals will be vetted by a joint committee of the PMA and the Association for the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice (APMP), and successful proposals will be scheduled for inclusion at a 2021 APA divisional meeting. A proposal requires:
- names, affiliations, and email addresses of organizer and speaker
- short abstracts (up to 200 words) for the session
- confirmation that organizers and speakers commit to attending the meeting
- whether the session shall be held at the 2021 Central (February 24-27, New Orleans) or Pacific (March 31-April 4, Portland) meeting
During the COVID crisis it is of course not easy to predict whether these meetings will take place, or whether they will take place face-to-face or in some online format. The APA is currently planning to hold in-person meetings in 2021, but is also considering alternative formats. In case the meetings do not take place, PMA and APMP will ensure that the online versions of the symposia are advertised widely.
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Name and affiliation of organizer
Title of session
Abstract of session
Participant Names and Affiliations
Participant Names and titles of presentations
All speakers have committed to attend the session
APA Meeting at which session is to be held
2021 Central (February 24-27, New Orleans)
2021 Pacific (March 31-April 4, Portland)
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