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Meaning and interpretation in mathematics

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Week 10, 29 November Location: 16:00-18:00, Watson 310 Speaker: Andrew Arana (Paris 1) Title : Meaning and interpretation in mathematics

Abstract: We articulate the view that mutually interpretable statements have identical meanings. We then argue against this view by showing that it would make unintelligible an important mathematical practice, namely that of purity of methods.

This talk is part of the Midlands Logic Seminar series.

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