Early Analytic Group at Stirling

On April 12, the Stirling’s Early Analytic Group will meet from 10:30 until 18:30. The programme is as follows:

  • Jim Levine (Trinity College, Dublin), ‘Frege and Russell on the Individuation and Analysis of Propositional Contents’
  • Janine Gühler (St Andrews/Stirling), ‘On non-actual mathematical objects in Frege and Aristotle’
  • Bryan Pickel and Brian Rabern (Edinburgh), ‘The Antinomy of the Variable: Renewed and Resolved’
  • Rob Trueman (Stirling), ‘Hanks and the dissolution of the proposition’
  • Michael Potter (Cambridge), TBC.

All welcome. There is no registration fee for the event, but please contact Walter Pedriali atw.b.pedriali@stir.ac.uk so that appropriate catering arrangements can be made (lunch and coffees will be provided).