Follow our preparations: Check out the Bridges event blog at www.bridges2014.com to sneak a peek behind the scenes of our project!
The MCMP regularly records lectures and talks and makes them publicly available on iTunes U (find our media archive on the MCMP website). All Bridges talks have been recorded by the MCMP media team, as well. If you want to bookmark or share all Bridges videos from one place, you will find the whole collection through LMUcast Search here. Access the single recordings online here (in chronological order):
- Joint session on Bridging the Gap between Informal and Formal Social Epistemology (Alvin I. Goldman & Stephan Hartmann)
- Joint session on Reduction and the Ontology of Physical Theories (Tim Maudlin & Sebastian Lutz)
- Joint session on Inter-Theoretical Relations in Linguistics (Lucas Champollion & Kristina Liefke)
- Stephan Hartmann's evening lecture on Mathematical Philosophy, Science and Public Policy
- Joint session on Structural Realism (David Chalmers & Thomas Meier)
- Joint session on Unifying Causal and Non-Causal Knowledge (Michael Strevens & Roland Poellinger)
- Joint session on Belief vs Probability (Branden Fitelson & Hannes Leitgeb)
Find all the official pictures from the evening event online in the GCRI event gallery.
Idea and Motivation
Before inviting anyone to a workshop in New York we captured our motivation for Bridges in a video clip. It comes with English captions (click on "CC") and options for sharing. Feel free to post, like, and tweet!
Virtuelle Hochschule LMU supports the MCMP and its position in the global network of mathematical philosophy in a unique way: Current research at the Center is made visible across national and disciplinary boundaries through the publication of talks and conferences as online videos, recorded with professional equipment and freely accessible to students, the scientific community, and the interested public.