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Philosophia Scientiae invites contributions on the Standards of rigor in mathematical practice

Thematic issue of Philosophia Scientiæ 18/ 1 
(February 2014)

Guest Editors:

Gerhard Heinzmann (Université de Lorraine, Nancy),
Marco Panza (Université Paris I) and
Jean-Jacques Szczeciniarz (Université Paris 7 - Diderot).

Submission deadline: February 1, 2013

Notification Date: May 1, 2013

From 2007 to 2011, the editors invited Michael Detlefsen to direct the project Ideals of Proof (Chaire d’excellence senior ANR-07-CEXC-002-01). This project focused on certain ideals, which guided mathematical reasoning throughout its history. A substantial body of publications and lectures has grown out of this project. They can be consulted under http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/IP/fr/.

As a continuation of this project, the special issue of Philosophia Scientiae focuses on standards of mathematical rigor concerning the varieties of methodological, ontological, proof-theoretical questions. It is intended to tackle the questions in the framework of the philosophy of mathematical practice. Any critical reaction to the topics involved in the Ideal of Proof project will also be welcome.

The editors will introduce the special issue.

Manuscripts should be submitted in English, French, or German, and be prepared for anonymous peer review. An abstract in English (200-300 words) should be included.

Papers’ length should not exceed 7000 words.

Manuscripts should be sent to the editors: phscientiae-ip-editors@univ-lorraine.fr.
Guidelines for authors are to be found on the journal’s website: http://poincare.univ-nancy2.fr/PhilosophiaScientiae/Guide+for+authors/?languageId=1.

For further information, please contact: phscientiae-ip-editors@univ-lorraine.fr.

Philosophia Scientiæ  is a peer-reviewed scientific journal. It publishes research relating to epistemology, history and philosophy of science, especially in the field of mathematics, physics, and logic, without excluding any other scientific field. It is published by Kimé Editions (Paris).

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