The Department of Logic & Philosophy of Science presents:

"Laguna Workshop: Philosophy of Mathematics in Application"

March 6-8, 1998
Hotel Laguna in Laguna Beach

Friday, March 6
9:00        F. Arntzenius, "A Quick History of Speed"
10:30      J. Bell, "Mathematics and Physics in the Smooth World"
2:00        R. Clifton, "A Mathematical Explanation of Vacuum Correlations"
Saturday, March 7
9:00       W. Harper, "Jupiter’s Moons as Tests of the Equivalence Principle"
10:30      D. Malament, "How to Think about Rotation: From Physical Intuition to Mathematical Representation and Back Again"
2:00       J. Norton, "Nature is the Realization of the Simplest Conceivable Mathematical Ideas"
Sunday, March 8 
9:00       L. Sklar, "States and Their Representations in Statistical Mechanics"
10:30      M. Wilson, "Classical Mathematics in Retrospect"
A breakfast buffet will be available each morning of the conference beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the Catalina meeting room.

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