Bucharest Colloquium in Analytic Philosophy – 3-5 June 2010, The Actuality of the Early Analytic Philosophy


Derek Brown (Brandon) – Why Russell mistook his table for sense-data, but why it may still be lost
Alexandra Cornilescu (Bucharest) – Vindicating Russell’s view of descriptions: a linguistic perspective
Sorin Costreie (Bucharest) – Frege on contentful arithmetic
William Demopoulos (Western Ontario) – Carnap’s thesis
Mircea Dumitru (Bucharest) – Opacity. Then and Now
Jaakko Hintikka (Boston) – Past, present and future of set theory
Greg Lavers (Concordia) – On the Quinean Analyticity of Arithmetic
Danielle Macbeth (Haverford) – Frege’s Proof of Theorem 133: A Case Study in Ampliative Deductive Proof
Genoveva Marti (Barcelona) – Empirical data and the theory of reference
Ilie Parvu (Bucharest) – In which sense is ‘On Denoting’ a paradigm of philosophy
Gabriel Sandu (Helsinki) – Frege, Ramsey and the foundations of mathematics
Constantin Stoenescu (Bucharest) – From Frege to Carnap: two types of semantic theories