# Recent writing

- Infinite Hex is a drawJoel David Hamkins
- The model theory of set-theoretic mereology, Notre Dame Math Logic Seminar, January 2022Joel David Hamkins
- Bi-interpretation in set theory, Oberwolfach Set Theory Conference, January 2022Joel David Hamkins
- MFO workshop in Set Theory, January 2022Assaf Rinot
- Philosophy of Mathematics, Notre Dame Spring 2022Joel David Hamkins
- O’Hara Professor of Philosophy and Mathematics, University of Notre DameJoel David Hamkins
- PhDs in Logic XIII, Turin - TBASandra Müller
- European Set Theory Conference, Turin - TBASandra Müller
- Math 301, Spring 2022Samuel Coskey
- Math 404+504, Spring 2022Samuel Coskey
- Coming to Agreement, a logic puzzle for Oxford admissions interviewsJoel David Hamkins
- The PID controller algorithmSamuel Coskey
- The hierarchy of geometric constructibility: can we go back?Joel David Hamkins
- The surprising strength of reflection in second-order set theory with abundant urelements, Konstanz, December 2021Joel David Hamkins
- Infinite draughts and the logic of infinitary games, Oslo, November 2021Joel David Hamkins
- Transfinite game values in infinite draughtsJoel David Hamkins
- Is the twin prime conjecture independent of Peano Arithmetic?Joel David Hamkins
- Frege’s philosophy of mathematics—Interview with Nathan Ormond, December 2021Joel David Hamkins
- (with P. Lücke) Sigma_1-definability at higher cardinals: Thin sets, almost disjoint families and long well-ordersSandra Müller
- Complicated colorings, revisitedAssaf Rinot
- Davide Leonessi, MSc MFoCS, Oxford, September 2021Joel David Hamkins
- Thursday September 30 – National Day for Truth and ReconciliationMike Pawliuk – Mathematics
- Refugees are welcome!Nick Gill
- A deflationary account of Fregean abstraction in Zermelo-Fraenkel ZF set theory, Oxford, November 2021Joel David Hamkins
- My favorite theoremJoel David Hamkins

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