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October 3, 2011

Zalamea on Sheaf Logic

Posted by David Corfield

Zachary Luke Fraser writes to me of a seminar which was given by Fernando Zalamea last week at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht on 29 September. If the webpage for the seminar – Sheaf Logic & Philosophical Synthesis – isn’t working, you can access an audio file of it.

From the webpage, you’ll also be able to find a link to a draft of Zachary’s English translation of a few chapters from Zalamea’s Synthetic Philosophy of Contemporary Mathematics. Now we can read his favourable opinions on my own book in English.

Zalamea’s work has cropped up before at the Café, and earlier.

Posted at October 3, 2011 2:43 PM UTC

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Re: Zalamea on Sheaf Logic

Thanks for posting this, David. We’ve got a new version of the recording up at the Internet Archive now, with somewhat better sound quality, thanks to my technically adept friend Julian Rohrhuber. You can find it HERE.

The volume level is steadier, and there are far less scratchy, hissing sounds in the background.

Posted by: Zachary Luke Fraser on October 5, 2011 8:31 AM | Permalink | Reply to this

Re: Zalamea on Sheaf Logic

The pdf of the Spanish original of the book is on the web. So here is the full record:

  • Fernando Zalamea, Filosofía sintética de las matemáticas contemporáneas, (Spanish) Obra Selecta. Editorial Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, 2009. 231 pp. MR2599170, ISBN: 978-958-719-206-3, pdf. Transl. into English by Zachary Luke Fraser: Synthetic philosophy of contemporary mathematics, Sep. 2011. bookpage. Some excerpts here.
Posted by: Zoran Skoda on October 6, 2011 3:14 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

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