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报告人:Gregory Landini教授(美国爱荷华大学哲学系原系主任)
地点:鼓楼校区逸夫馆十楼哲学系报告厅
题目(1): Fictions are all in the Mind
主持人:张建军教授(必威官网哲学系)
评论嘉宾:王文方教授(台湾阳明大学心智哲学研究所)
时间:2012年3月16日(周五)下午3:00
题目(2):Yablo's Paradox and Russell's Propositions
主持人:潘天群教授(必威官网哲学系)
评论嘉宾:郑伟平博士(厦门大学哲学系)
时间:2012年3月17日(周六)上午9:30
 
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必威官网哲学系
必威官网现代逻辑与逻辑应用研究所
2012年3月12日
 
附:Gregory Landini
 
EDUCATION
    Ph.D., Philosophy, Indiana University, May 1986
      Meinong Reconstructed Versus Early Russell Reconstructed: A Study in the Formal
    Ontology of Fiction, Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University.
 
PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
       Professor of Philosophy, University of Iowa, 2001-present
       Associate Professor 1992-2001; Assistant Professor, 1989-92.
        Ball State University, Assistant Professor 1985-88.
        
GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, DEVELOPMENTAL ASSIGNMENTS, HONORS & AWARDS
        Bertrand Russell Society 2011 Book Award, for Russell (Routledge)      
         Bertrand Russell Society 2007 Book Award, for Wittgenstein’s Apprenticeship With Russell (Cambridge)       
         Bertrand Russell Society 1999 Book Award for Russell’s Hidden Substitutional Theory (OUP).
         University of Iowa Developmental Assignments, 1992, 1998, 2003
         University of Iowa Old Gold Summer Research Grant, Summer 1990.
         American Philosophical Society, Grant, June 1987.
         National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar Assistant.
 Directed by Hector-Neri Castañeda. (Indiana University, 1984).
 
DISSERTATIONS DIRECTED
Shawn Akbar, Musical Perception: A Study in Phenomenological Naturalism, in progress.
Jessica Engelking, The Creation of Fiction, in progress.
Jeremy Shipley, From a Structural Point of View, Ph. D. August 2011.
Benjamin Hassman, Semantic Objects and Paradox: A Study of Yablo’s W Liar, Ph. D. August 2011.
David Taylor: Structure and Transition: Towards an Accretivist Theory of Time, Ph. D.December 2009.
Gregory Jesson, The Ontology of the Epistemic Act: An Explication of Intentionality
      and the Possibility of Epistemological Realism, co-director with Laird Addis, Ph. D. August, 2009.
Marshall Willman, Logical Form and Linguistic Form: Toward a New Theory of Descriptions, Ph. D. Spring 2007.
Tuomas Manninen, Persons as Artifacts: An Exploration of Social Ontology, co-director, Ph. D. Spring 2007
Kenneth Williford:, The Structure of Self-Consciousness: A Phenomenological and Philosophical Investigation, co-director , Ph. D. August 2003.
Kevin Klement, Redressing Frege’s Failure to Develop a Logical Calculus for the Theory
      of Sinn and Bedeutung, Ph. D., May 2000.                     
Michael Mi: Meaning Holism in Quine and Davidson, Ph.D., July 1998. (Asst. Prof., Soochow Univ. Taiwan)
Scott Malowitz: Intentionality and Scientific Naturalism, Ph.D., May 1997.
Wen-Fang Wang, Non-Actualism, co-director, Ph.D., August 1996.
Yung Ping Yu: Reference and Generality: An Examination of Denoting in Russell's Principles of Mathematics,Ph.D., August 1995. 
Meng Yao Peng: An Examination of Fodor's Disjunction Problem and the Nature of Misrepresentation from within Natural Teleological Theories of Intensionality, Ph.D., 1994.
 
BOOKS
· Frege Notations: What they are and how they mean,
(Palgrave Macmillan for the series in History of Analytic Philosophy, 2012)
· Russell, (Routledge, 2011)
· Wittgenstein’s Apprenticeship With Russell, (Cambridge University Press, 2007)
· Russell's Hidden Substitutional Theory, (Oxford University Press, 1998).
 
ARTICLES
44. “True Whenever Significant: A Puzzle about Non-Homogeneous Cardinals in
Principia Mathematica,” submitted.
43. “Typos ‘Principia: On the Order of Elimination of Incomplete Symbols” submitted.
42. “Russell and the Curious Calculi of Wittgenstein and Spencer Brown,” submitted.
41. “Zermelo and Russell’s Paradox: On the Universal Set,” forthcoming.
40. “Types* in Russell’s Metaphysics,” underway
39. “Fictions are all in the mind,” ed. Orilia, Analytic Philosophy of Fiction, Revue Internationale
        Philosophie (2012), forthcoming.
38. “Russell’s Logic,” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, (2012) forthcoming.
37. “On Russell’s Metaphysics of Time,” in ed. Vincenzo Fano, Springer (2012) forthcoming
36. “Logicism and the Problem of Infinity: The Number of Numbers,” Philosophia Math., 19 (2011), 167-212. .
35. “Principia Mathematica: One Hundred Years of (Mis!)interpretation,” (2012) forthcoming.
34. “Original Intentionality and Impredicative Concepts,” Soochow Journal, 22, (2010), pp. 1-46.
33. “Russell and the Ontological Argument,” Russell 29 (2010), pp. 101-128.
32. “Cocchiarella’s Formal Ontology and the Paradoxes of Hyperintensionality,”
Axiomathes  19 (2009), pp. 115-142.
31. “Russell’s Schema; Not Priest Inclosure,” History and Philosophy of Logic 30 (2009): 109-139.
30. “Yablo’s Paradox and Russellian Propositions,” Russell 28 (2008), pp. 127-142. 
29. “Ontology as Sinnlos,” Denbridge Journal, Vol. 6: Analysis and Metaphysics (2007).
28. “Logicism Without Peano 4,” The Soochow Journal of Philosophical Studies, 16 (2007), pp. 69-91.
27.  “Wittgenstein Reads Russell,” in The Oxford Companion to Wittgenstein, OUP. forthcoming.
26.  “Russell’s Definite Descriptions De Re,” in ed., Nicholas Griffin, Russell vs Meinong: The Legacy of
        ‘On Denoting’, (New York: Routledge, 2008), pp. 265-296.
25. “Frege’s Cardinal Numbers as Concept-Correlates,” Erkenntnis 65 (2006), pp. 207-243.
24.  “The Ins and Outs of Frege's Way Out,” Philosophia Mathematica, 14 (January 2006), pp. 1-25.
23. “Quantification Theory in *8 of Principia Mathematica and the Empty Domain,” History and Philosophy of 
       Logic, 25 (2005), pp. 47-59.
22. “Wittgenstein’s Tractarian Apprenticship,” Russell 23(2), (2004), pp. 101-130.
21.  “Logicism's ‘Insolubilia’ and Their Solution by Symbolic Logic” in ed., Godehard Link,
         Russell 2001: One Hundred Years of Russell’s Paradox (De Gruyter, 2004).
20. “Russell’s Separation of Logical and Semantic Paradoxes,” in Philippe de Rouilhan,
            ed., Russell en héritage, (Revue Internationale Philosophie 3, 2004), pp. 257-294.
19. “The Substitutional Theory,” in ed., Nicholas Griffin, Companion to Russell, Cambridge
         University Press, 2003, pp. 241-285.
18. “Russell’s Definite Descriptions as a ‘Paradigm for Philosophy,’ ” in, ed., Dale Jacquette, A
         Companion to Philosophical Logic (Blackwell 2002), pp. 194-223.
17. “Quantification Theory in *9 of Principia Mathematica,” History and Philosophy of Logic,
         21 (2000): 57-78.
16. “Russell's Intensional Logic of Propositions: A Resurrection of Logicism?” in (eds.) F. Orilia
         & W. Rapaport, Thought, Language and Reality -- Essays in Honor of Hector-Neri
        Castañeda, (Kluwer, 1998): 61-93.
15.   “‘On Denoting’ Against Denoting,” Russell, 18 (1998): 43-80.
14.    “Will the Real Principia Mathematica Please Stand Up? Reflections on the Formal Calculus of the 1910 Principia,” in eds., Ray Monk & Anthony Palmer, Bertrand Russell and the Origins of Analytic Philosophy, The Thoemmes Press, 1996.
13.  “The Definability of the Set of Natural Numbers in the 1925 Principia Mathematica,”  Journal of Philosophical Logic,” 25, (1996): 597-615.
12.  “Logic in Russell's Principles of Mathematics,” Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, 37 (1996): 554-584.   
11.  “Decomposition and Analysis in Frege's Grundgesetze,” History and Philosophy of Logic, 17 (1996): 121-139.
10. “Reconciling Principia's Ramified Type-Theory with the Doctrine of the Unrestricted Variable of The Principles,” in (ed.), G. Wedeking & A. Irvine, Russell and Analytic Philosophy, (University of Toronto Press, 1993): 361-394.
 9. “Russell to Frege 24 May 1903: "I believe I have Discovered that Classes are Entirely Superfluous,” Russell 12, (winter 1992): pp. 160-185.
8. “A New Interpretation of Russell's Multiple-Relation Theory of Judgment,” History
         and Philosophy of Logic 12 (1991): 37-69.
7. “The Persistence of Counterexample: Re-examining the Debate Over Leibniz Law,”
         (co-author: Tom Foster), 25 (1991): 43-61.
6.   “How to Russell Another Meinongian: An Early Russellian Account of Fictional
           Objects Versus Zalta's Abstract Objects,” Grazer Philosophische Studien 37 (1990): 93-122.
5. “New Evidence Concerning Russell's Substitutional Theory of Classes,” Russell 9
         (1989): 26-42. (Reprinted in Andrew Irvine ed., Bertrand Russell: Criticial
         Assessments vol. 1, New York, Routledge, 1989, pp. 305-319).
4. “Russell's Substitutional Theory of Classes and Relations,” History and Philosophy of Logic, 8 (1987): 171-200.
3.   “Putnam's Model-Theoretic Argument, Natural Realism, and the Standard Conception of Theories,”  Philosophical Papers, 16 (1987): 209-223.
2. “Philosophical Bibliography of Hector-Neri Castañeda,” in Hector-Neri Castañeda,James E. Tomberlin, ed., (Dordrecht, D. Reidel, 1986), pp. 395-434.
1. “Salvaging ‘The F-er is F’: The Lesson of Clark's Paradox,” Philosophical Studies, 48 (1985): 129-136.
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