Logic Colloquium

Spring 2024

The Logic Colloquium talks will take place in MCHU 201 this semester.
For log-in information to participate remotely, please contact us via logic@uconn.edu.

Feb 2
I-Ta Chris Hsieh, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
The interaction between demonstratives and relative clauses – a view from Mandarin
Abstract
2 pm | Hybrid: MCHU 201 & Zoom
Feb 9
Michael De
Fitch's paradox of knowability and empirical negation
Abstract | Video
2 pm | Zoom
Mar 8
Annual Logic Lecture: Denis R. Hirschfeldt
Reductions between problems in reverse mathematics and computability theory
Abstract | Video | Slides
2 pm | Hybrid: MCHU 201 & Zoom
Mar 22
James Walsh
Is the consistency operator canonical?
Abstract | Video
2 pm | Hybrid: MCHU 201 & Zoom
Mar 29
Ainsley May
Meaning in Mathematics: a folkloric account
Abstract
2 pm | Zoom
Apr 5
Andrew Tedder
Relevant Logics as Topical Logics
Abstract
2 pm | Hybrid: MCHU 201 & Zoom
Apr 19
Jonas Raab
Modal QUARC and Barcan
Abstract
2 pm | Zoom
Apr 26
Xinhe Wu
Vague Identity: A Uniform Approach
Abstract | Video
2 pm | Hybrid: MCHU 201 & Zoom
 

Fall 2024

Aug 30
Fabrizio Cariani (UMD)
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Nov 15