Second year LPS student Ethan Galebach will give a talk entitled "Two Path from Tarski: Spatial Logics and O-Minimality" at the 10th International Symposium of Cognition, Logic, and Communication, to be held in Riga, Latvia. This year's theme for the Symposium is "Perspectives on Spatial Cognition". Galebach, whose research concerns logic, philosophy of logic, and philosophy of geometry, will discuss how two traditions of research initiated by the great logician Alfred Tarski may be brought together to provide new insights into both. He will then use these two traditions to explore the relationship between mathematics that is "visualizable" and mathematics that is not. The conference will take place on September 12th and 13th at the University of Latvia.
 

 

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