July 03, 2012
"Wittgenstein, Logicism, and 'Buck-Stopping' Identifications of Numbers" — Saul Kripke
Kripke, 71, is today widely considered the one true genius in analytic philosophy.
Above, his talk on mathematical knowledge and its applications, a lecture given at the Twenty-Fifth Annual International Workshop on the History and Philosophy of Science in Jerusalem on December 13, 2011.
Fair warning: There goes the day (for once, literally — the talk lasts for two hours and sixteen minutes).
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