Talks

‘Abstraction principles: arrogance and presuppositions’, in Propositions, properties,  sets, and other  abstract objects, Amsterdam, ILLC.
2020, February, 8  

‘Abstraction principles: presupposition and numerical existence’, in Fourth Taiwan Metaphysics Colloquium (TMC-IV), National Taiwan University. (Refereed)
2020, January, 8

‘Describing the World’, Amsterdam University College (AUC), Guest Lecturer
2019, December, 9        

Roundtable at a workshop on Øystein Linnebo’s Thin Objects; An Abstractionist Account (OUP 2018), FISPPA Department, Padova, Italy.
2019, October, 18

‘Abstraction principles: arrogance and presuppositions’, Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia, Italy.
2019, October, 23

‘What is an ante-rem structure?’, Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS Pavia, Italy.
2019, October, 24

‘Abstraction principles: freedom, arrogance, and presuppositions’, FilMat Symposium on Abstractionism in the Philosophy of Mathematics, SIFA 2018, Novara, Italy. (Refereed)
2018, September, 5

‘Structure abstraction and pure structures’, in Varieties of Mathematical Abstraction, Vienna, Austria. (Refereed)
2018, August, 1

‘Cantorian abstraction and (in-)discernibility’, in Workshop on Mathematics and its Philosophy between the 18th and the 19th Century, Amsterdam. (Refereed) 
2018, July, 13

‘Abstraction principles: freedom, arrogance, and presuppositions’, DIP Colloquium, ILLC, University of Amsterdam.
2018, May, 18

 ‘Abstraction principles: freedom, arrogance, and presuppositions’, King’s College London.
2018, April, 23 

‘The semantic plights of the ante-rem structuralist’, MCMP, Munich, Germany.
2017, July, 13

‘Abstract structures in mathematics’, Iranian Association of Logic, Tehran, Iran.
2015, December, 22

‘Abstract structures in mathematics’, Open Minds XI, University of Manchester, UK. (Refereed)
2015, December, 4

Response to Walter Dean’s ‘Soundness, Reflection, and Intensionality’, Birkbeck-Warwick Graduate Workshop, Warwick, UK.
2013, April, 27

‘Crispin Wright and his hero’ (On impredicativity in the neo-Fregean programme), Trends in the Philosophy of Mathematics, Goethe-University Frankfurt. (Refereed)
2009, September, 12