The 21st Annual Philosophy of Logic, Math, and Physics Graduate Conference (LMP) is open for registration, with both in-person and virtual attendance options available.
The deadline to register is Tuesday, June 7th.
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Craig Callender, University of California, San Diego
I’m Professor of Philosophy and Founding Faculty and Co-Director of the Institute for Practical Ethics. Other positions include: the Freedom and Responsibility in Science Committee of the International Science Council, Paris; Founding Faculty at the Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute at UC San Diego; Faculty, The John Bell Institute, Hvar, Croatia.
From 1996-2000 I worked in the Department of Philosophy, Logic & Scientific Method at the London School of Economics. I obtained my Ph.D. from Rutgers University in 1997.
My main area of research and teaching is philosophy of science, with special emphasis on physics, time, and the environment. My book What Makes Time Special? (Oxford University Press, 2017) won the 2018 Lakatos Award. Here are some book reviews: Philosophy of Science, Philosophical Review, Metascience, BJPS, NDPR. I’ve also won two Chancellor’s Associates Excellence Awards, the 2018-19 Award in Research and the 2007-8 Award in Graduate Teaching.
Graduate students who have not yet defended their PhD thesis are invited to submit papers on any topic in philosophy of logic, philosophy of mathematics, and philosophy of physics. Papers in philosophy of physics will be considered for the Annual Clifton Memorial book prize. The contest will be adjudicated by philosophy of physics faculty members at Western.
The maximum paper length is 5,000 words, including footnotes and appendices (but not references). If the paper includes tables, figures, or equations, an appropriate number of words should be subtracted from the limit. Papers are to be prepared for anonymous review, and should be accompanied by an abstract (no longer than 300 words). Co- authored papers are not eligible for submission.
Authors of accepted papers will be limited to 30-35 minutes for presentation, followed by a 20-minute period of discussion. The Annual Philosophy of Physics Conference will also take place sometime in June.
Additional information can be found on the LMP website.
Please send any questions to the LMP Conference Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to receiving your submission,
The 2022 LMP Conference Committee