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Leibniz’s Principle of Identity of Indiscernibles and its Repercussion in Physics and Mathematics, II



Friday & Saturday September 27–28, 2019

University of Paris – Paris Diderot *


organized by

Gabriel Catren, Brice Halimi & David Rabouin


in the framework of the LIA France-Argentina : « Identities, Forces, Quanta » (CNRS),
laboratory SPHEREUniversidad CAECE (Buenos Aires)




SEPTEMBER FRIDAY 27th

Building Condorcet, Room Mondrian, 646A
10:00 am
Welcome Coffee
10:30 am Vincenzo de Risi (SPHERE, CNRS)
Glückliche Zeiten. Leibniz’s principle of indiscernibles and the symmetries of space
Lunch Break
Building Condorcet, Room Valentin, 454A
2:00 pm Richard Arthur (McMaster University)
Einstein’s tacit use of the PII in establishing his relativity theories
3:30 pm
Break
4:00 pm Gonzalo Rodriguez-Pereyra (University of Oxford)
An argument for the identity of indiscernibles
17:30
end of talks

SEPTEMBER SATURDAY 28th

Building Halle aux Farines, Room 248
9:30 am Juan-Luis Gastaldi (ETH Zurich)
Identity and indiscernibility in the formal treatment of natural language
11:00 am
Break
11:30 am Jean-Baptiste Joinet (University Lyon III)
Indiscernibility, abstraction, classification
1:00 pm
ending of workshop



VENUE
Laboratory SPHere,
University Paris Diderot – CNRS

  • Friday : Rooms 646A et 454A, Building Condorcet, 4, rue Elsa Morante, 75013 Paris
  • Saturday : Room 248E, Building Halle aux Farines, 16 rue Françoise Dolto 75013 Paris

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