Presentations
Don Faust (Mathematics and Computer Science) made 10 presentations this summer during his travels in Asia. As a guest speaker at Nanjing Normal University in China, he presented the following: “Foundational Considerations in Mathematics: Cantor’s Theorem, Algebraic Logic, and Infinitesimals," “Synthesis of Analytic and Postmodern Philosophy,” and “The Concept of Negation in Full Opposition Symmetric Evidence Logic.”
As a guest speaker at Yulin University in China, he presented “Foundational Aspects of Set Theory,” “Model Theory and EhrenfeuchtFraisse Games,” “Logics for Artificial Intelligence,” “Teaching and Learning: an Introduction to the Explorationist Perspective” and “Teaching and Learning: the Epistemological Foundations and the Praxis of the Explorationist Perspective.”
Faust also presented a paper coauthored with Yan Huan at the 8th World Congress of the International Society for Universal Dialogue in Beijing. It was titled “Language as Knowledge Representation System: Exploration of Enhancements for Improving Communication and Action.”
Most recently, in August, he presented “Foundational Considerations Concerning the Nature of Mathematical Truth” as a guest speaker at the Science University of Malaysia. Faust is spending the fall semester at Ganesha University in Bali.
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