Series editors: Elaine Landry and Dean Rickles
The editors of a new book series on issues in the philosophy of mathematics and physics are seeking proposals for monographs or edited collections.
Recent years have seen a surge of interest in new topics discussed by philosophers of mathematics and physics, including issues relating to the way in which these disciplines intersect. Titles in this series will cover a range of exciting themes, such as the applicability of mathematics and mathematical modelling; category theory, set theory and logics; computability; climate physics; econophysics; the nature of mathematical proofs; quantum information; quantum gravity; time machines; singularities; and universality.
For more information please contact the editors.
For full details on how to submit a proposal, see: