# Recent writing

- The computable model theory of forcing, Rutgers Logic Seminar, December 2023Joel David Hamkins
- May the successor of a singular cardinal be Jonsson?Assaf Rinot
- Perspectives on Set Theory, November 2023Assaf Rinot
- Web components for (mathematical) writing, a first problemPeter Krautzberger
- The Wordle and Absurdle numbers, CUNY Logic Workshop, November 2023Joel David Hamkins
- What is second-order predicate modal logic? FoMoLo Seminar, February 2024Joel David Hamkins
- The surprising strength of second-order reflection in urelement set theory, Luminy, October 2023Joel David Hamkins
- What is potentialist second-order logic? Konstanz Actualism and Potentialism Conference 2023Joel David Hamkins
- Infinite-Games WorkshopJoel David Hamkins
- What is best in science?Asaf Karagila
- Ladder systems and countably metacompact topological spacesAssaf Rinot
- Granularity walkers for textual descriptionsPeter Krautzberger
- The vanishing levels of a treeAssaf Rinot
- Philosophy of Mathematics and Truth, interview with Matthew Geleta on Paradigm PodcastJoel David Hamkins
- An exploration of infinite games—infinite Wordle and the Mastermind numbers, Harvard, October 2023Joel David Hamkins
- Upgrading democracyNick Gill
- Full Souslin trees at small cardinalsAssaf Rinot
- Westfjords Way Bikepacking RouteDana C. Ernst
- Conjugacy, classification, and complexitySamuel Coskey
- A counterexample related to a theorem of Komjáth and WeissAssaf Rinot
- Enumerating signed permutations by reversal distance (Talk)Dana C. Ernst
- I trained neural nets to do forcing and symmetric extensionsAsaf Karagila
- A deflationary account of Fregean abstraction in set theory, with Basic Law V as a ZFC theorem, Paris PhilMath Intersem 2023Joel David Hamkins
- Set theory with abundant urelements, STUK 10, Oxford, June 2023Joel David Hamkins
- Natural Instances of Illfoundedness and Nonlinearity in the Hierarchy of Consistency Strength, Oxford Phil Math Seminar, May 2023Joel David Hamkins

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