Andrew Irvine (University of British Columbia), Two Theories of Academic Freedom

Date: Tuesday 19 April 2016, 16h00Andrew_Irvine_Faculty_page36579

Andrew Irvine received his Ph.D. from the University of Sydney for work in the Department of Traditional and Modern Philosophy on mathematical truth and scientific realism. Since then he has published and lectured on topics in the philosophy of mathematics, the history and philosophy of logic, and the philosophy of law. He is especially interested in the work of the twentieth-century philosopher, essayist and social critic, Bertrand Russell.

This talk is organized in collaboration with CELFIS (Center for Logic, History and Philosophy of Science, University of Bucharest) and CCEA (Center for Applied Ethics, University of Bucharest).

Please confirm your participation at: humanities@icub.unibuc.ro (limited places).

 

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