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“Corroborative evidence” Abstract: Corroborative evidence has two probative effects: a primary effect by which it offers direct evidence for some claim, and a secondary effect by which it bolsters the probative value of some other piece of evidence.

“Mathematical Pluralism, Disagreement and Translation” Abstract: It’s fairly easy to find philosophers and mathematicians (especially mathematicians) who are “of course” pluralists, i.e., who will say “Of course mathematical pluralism is true”.

This new program directed by Dr. Claudia Emerson and based in the Department of Philosophy uses cutting-edge research and on-the-ground knowledge to analyse ethics involving global health and development.

“Rehabilitating Scientific Objectivity” Abstract: The history of the concept of objectivity reveals locations for its constructive evolution and rehabilitation. It became associated with science as an element of communication and the sharing of experience…