# Recent writing

- A survey of set-theoretic geology, Notre Dame Logic Seminar, January 2023Joel David Hamkins
- Paradox, Infinity, & The Foundations of Mathematics, interview with Robinson Erhardt, January 2023Joel David Hamkins
- Safe spacesAsaf Karagila
- Infinity, University of Notre Dame, Spring 2023Joel David Hamkins
- University Calculus MaterialsMike Pawliuk – Mathematics
- Math 189, Spring 2023Samuel Coskey
- Math 314, Spring 2023Samuel Coskey
- Strategic thinking in infinite games, CosmoCaixa Science Museum, Barcelona, March 2023Joel David Hamkins
- Sums of triples in Abelian groupsAssaf Rinot
- Protected: Job MaterialsMike Pawliuk – Mathematics
- Dual spacesSamuel Coskey
- Hilbert spacesSamuel Coskey
- (with Y. Hayut) Perfect Subtree Property for Weakly Compact CardinalsSandra Müller
- Gdansk Logic Conference - TBASandra Müller
- Jumps in the Borel complexity hierarchySamuel Coskey
- A model of set theory with a definable copy of the complex field in which the two roots of -1 are set-theoretically indiscernibleJoel David Hamkins
- Pointwise definable and Leibnizian extensions of models of arithmetic and set theory, MOPA seminar CUNY, November 2022Joel David Hamkins
- Pseudo-countable modelsJoel David Hamkins
- Self-similar self-similarity, in The Language of SymmetryJoel David Hamkins
- Pointwise definable and Leibnizian models of arithmetic and set theory, realized in end extensions of a given model, Notre Dame Logic Seminar, October 2022Joel David Hamkins
- Every countable model of arithmetic or set theory has a pointwise definable end extensionJoel David Hamkins
- The sentence asserting its own non-forceability by nontrivial forcingJoel David Hamkins
- Fregean abstraction in Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory: a deflationary accountJoel David Hamkins
- Thoughts on Print Equation LayoutPeter Krautzberger
- Machine Learning Observations 1 – Turning a picture into a vector doesn’t lose information!Mike Pawliuk – Mathematics

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