Friday, May 16th



18:30-19:30

Horst Struve

Is Mathematics Special? – That Depends on the Context!



Saturday, May 17th



09:30-10:30

Eric Brian

The General Rules of Mathematical Specialty
10:30-10:55
Break

10:55-11:25

Brendan Larvor

Thinking with shapes
11:25-11:55
Willibald Dörfler
Why can and do mathematicians agree so easily
Dian Calkins
Patterns of Life: Solving Problems Using Mathematic Patterns
11:55-12:00
Break
12:00-12:30
Roy Wagner
What's special about variables?
Michael Meyer
Logic and mystic of generating knowlede
12:30-13:00
Eduard Glas
Abduction and Model-based Mathematical Discovery
Michael Otte
Is Mathematics Special? – The Analytic/Synthetic Distinction in Kant, Bolzano and Peirce
13:00-14:45
Lunch

14:45-15:15

Eva Wilhelmus

Conceptions of knowledge in mathematical practice - an interview study

15:15-15:45

Dirk Schlimm

An empiricist approach to modern mathematics: Moritz Pasch's lectures on projective geometry
15:45-16:00
Break
16:00-16:30
Gregor Nickel
Proof - Aspects of a strange phenomenon
Mikkel Willum Johansen
The extended mathematical mind
16:30-17:00
Michael Stöltzner
Mathematical Thought Experiments in Mach, Pólya, and Lakatos
Henrik Kragh Sørensen
What computers do to mathematics: The emergence of a sub-discipline of experimental mathematics

17:00-17:15
Break

17:15-18:15

Richard Heinrich

Teacher's Pet? Philosophical Remarks on the Specialty of Mathematics



Sunday, May 18th



09:30-10:30

Volker Peckhaus

The Indispensability of Mathematical Reasoning
 
10:30-10:55
Break
10:55-11:25
Emil Simeonov
Mathematics and the Professionalisation of Thinking
Manuel Bremer
Contradictions in Mathematics
11:25-11:55
Andrew Aberdein
Is mathematical reasoning just reasoning about mathematics?
Maximilian Oberbauer
On the Origin, Importance and Consequences of J.M. Keynes Theory of Probability
11:55-12:00
Break

12:00-12:30

Nikola Leufer

Peculiarities of Mathematical Practices in School

12:30-13:00

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
13:00-14:45
Lunch

14:45-15:15

Bernd Buldt

Why Mathematical Concepts Are Special (according to Husserl)

15:15-15:45

Helen De Cruz and Johan De Smedt

Mathematical symbols as epistemic actions
15:45-16:00
Break
16:00-16:30
Susanne Spies
Mathematics as Art
Alexandre Borovik
Metamathematics of elementary mathematics
16:30-17:00
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
17:00-17:15
Break
17:15-17:45
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
17:45-18:15
Madeline Muntersbjorn
Pure Mathematics or Mathematics Applied to Itself?
Ingo Witzke
The development of the leibnizian calculus:  Mathematics as an empirical science 
18:15-18:30
Break

18:30-19:30

Juliet Floyd

Proof and Purposiveness


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