# Philosophy, Mathematics, Linguistics: Aspects of Interaction 2012

#### International Interdisciplinary Conference to be held on 22-25 of May, 2012

### Call for papers (is now over)

The international interdisciplinary conference *Philosophy, Mathematics, Linguistics:
Aspects of Interaction (PhML-2012)*
invites to submit papers relating to the interplay between philosophy, mathematics and linguistics
for presentation at thematic sections. Each presentation of a contributed paper will be allotted 25 min,
including 5 min for discussion. Papers from any tradition and from a wide variety of perspectives are welcome,
including but in no way limited to the following topics:

- New trends in the foundations of mathematics today;
- Ontology of mathematics and the nature of mathematical truth;
- The problem of abstract entities in mathematics, philosophy and linguistics;
- Formalization of Kant's logic and theory of judgments;
- The mathematical concept of a function: from the notions of mapping, transformation

towards the notion of an algorithm;
- Complexity of finite objects: limited possibilities of man and computer;
- Philosophical aspects of informatics, novel computational models and paradigms;
- Philosophical aspects of the use of natural language in mathematics;
- Mathematical investigation of natural language structures;
- Mathematical models in the study of language.

Since we intend to promote interdisciplinary joint work, we especially welcome studies that cross
disciplinary boundaries and consider different aspects of philosophy, mathematics, and linguistics in interaction.

Links to: PDMI, EIMI |
Last Update: May 11, 2012 |