Friday, May 16th
18:3019:30 
Horst Struve Is Mathematics Special? – That Depends on the Context! 
Saturday, May 17th
09:3010:30 
Eric Brian The General Rules of Mathematical Specialty 

10:3010:55

Break


10:5511:25 
Brendan Larvor Thinking with shapes 

11:2511:55

Willibald
Dörfler
Why
can and do mathematicians agree so easily

Dian Calkins
Patterns
of Life: Solving Problems Using Mathematic Patterns

11:5512:00

Break


12:0012:30

Roy Wagner
What's special about
variables?

Michael Meyer
Logic and mystic of generating knowlede

12:3013:00

Eduard Glas
Abduction
and Modelbased Mathematical Discovery

Michael Otte
Is
Mathematics Special? – The Analytic/Synthetic Distinction in
Kant, Bolzano
and Peirce

13:0014:45

Lunch


14:4515:15 
Eva Wilhelmus Conceptions of knowledge in mathematical practice  an interview study 

15:1515:45 
Dirk Schlimm An empiricist approach to modern mathematics: Moritz Pasch's lectures on projective geometry 

15:4516:00

Break


16:0016:30

Gregor
Nickel
Proof
 Aspects of a strange phenomenon

Mikkel
Willum Johansen
The extended mathematical
mind

16:3017:00

Michael
Stöltzner
Mathematical
Thought Experiments in Mach, Pólya, and Lakatos

Henrik
Kragh Sørensen
What
computers do to mathematics: The emergence of a subdiscipline of
experimental mathematics

17:0017:15

Break


17:1518:15 
Richard Heinrich Teacher's Pet? Philosophical Remarks on the Specialty of Mathematics 
Sunday, May 18th
09:3010:30 
Volker Peckhaus The Indispensability of Mathematical Reasoning 

10:3010:55

Break


10:5511:25

Emil Simeonov
Mathematics
and the Professionalisation of Thinking

Manuel Bremer
Contradictions in
Mathematics

11:2511:55

Andrew
Aberdein
Is
mathematical reasoning just reasoning about mathematics?

Maximilian
Oberbauer
On
the Origin, Importance and Consequences of J.M. Keynes Theory of
Probability

11:5512:00

Break


12:0012:30 
Nikola Leufer Peculiarities of Mathematical Practices in School 

12:3013:00 
Karen François and Jean Paul Van Bendegem Revolutions in Mathematics. More than Thirty Years after Crowe’s (1975) ‘Ten ‘Laws’’. From Normativity to Cognitive History 

13:0014:45

Lunch


14:4515:15 
Bernd Buldt Why Mathematical Concepts Are Special (according to Husserl) 

15:1515:45 
Helen De Cruz and Johan De Smedt Mathematical symbols as epistemic actions 

15:4516:00

Break


16:0016:30

Susanne Spies
Mathematics as Art

Alexandre Borovik
Metamathematics of
elementary mathematics

16:3017:00

Georg Schiemer
Fraenkel
on restriction and categoricity: axiom choice, intended models and
logical formalization

Norma B. Goethe
The
Importance of Seeing for Understanding and the Case of
Leibniz´s Mathematical Practice
Cancelled 
17:0017:15

Break


17:1517:45

Johannes Lenhard
and
Michael Otte
Two Types of
Mathematization

Stathis Livadas
The
Leap from the Ego of Continental Philosophy to the Ontology of
Mathematical Continuum
Cancelled 
17:4518:15

Madeline
Muntersbjorn
Pure
Mathematics or Mathematics Applied to Itself?

Ingo Witzke
The
development of the leibnizian calculus: Mathematics
as an empirical science

18:1518:30

Break


18:3019:30 
Juliet Floyd Proof and Purposiveness 
Invited Lecture
Plenary Lecture
Lecture of a Parallel Session