Dr. Colin McLarty
Truman P. Handy Professor of Philosophy & Professor of Mathematics
Philosophy of Logic
Philosophy of Mathematics
Philosophy of Science
Contemporary French Philosophy
B.S. Mathematics, Case Institute of Technology
M.A. Philosophy, Case Western Reserve University
Ph.D. Philosophy, Case Western Reserve University
Alexander Brothendieck's 'incorrigible naivety' in building worlds for mathematics. Congreso Colmbiano de Filosofia, Cali (Columbia) October 2010.
Foundations as truths which organize mathematics, Paris, June 2010.
Talking about what functions "do", rather than what sets "are". Beijing University and Shanxi University) China July 2010.
Emmy Noether's first great mathematics, Yale Algebra Seminar, April 2010/ International Conference on the History of Modern Mathematics, Xi'an (China) July 2010.
Foundations as truths which organize mathematics, Association for Symbolic Logic North American Annual Meeting, Berkeley, CA March
Recent and Upcoming Talks
The role of universes in algebraic geometry and number theory, Infinity Conference, Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM), Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain, July 18-22, 2011.
Emmy Noether on Galois Theory, Société mathématiques de France
celebration of the bicentennial of the birth of Evariste Galois, at
the Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris.
October 24-27, 2011.
Harvard-Radcliffe exploratory seminar on Folds, Networks, Fissures: Topological Thinking in Philosophy, Art and Literature, Boston, December 2-3, 2011
Knowing mathematics, versus absorbing it, for a workshop on explicit
and tacit knowledge in mathematics at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany, January 8-14 , 2012.
A Finite Order Arithmetic Foundation for Cohomology
Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes(Oxford Logic Guides). Oxford University Press, 1996.
Categorical Philosophy and Foundations of Mathematics (forthcoming), Oxford University Press.
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Collection of other readings for the Roskilde Summer School
Categorical Foundations for Mathematics: Rough notes for Roskilde
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