The Karl Popper Foundation Klagenfurt (KPF) at the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Austria held a symposium, lasting for about 2½ days, on the topic “Popper and the Philosophy of Mathematics.” Karl Popper contributed intensively to the theory of probability, to mathematical logic, and to some other areas of mathematics, in addition to his main interests in the philosophy of science, political philosophy, and other areas of philosophy.
The Proceedings of the Symposium are available, download here (PDF).
Oseni Taiwo Afisi: „Karl Popper’s Corroboration as a Derivative of Bayesian Probability“
Max Albert: „Critical Rationalism and Decision Theory“
David Binder: „A Critical Edition of Popper’s Work on Logic“
Constantin Brincus and Iualian Toader: “ Non-normal Interpretations of Positive Logic“
Bernard Burgoyne: „From Cosmic Paths to Psychic Chains“
David Miller: „Independence (Probabilistic) and Independence (Logical)“
Arne Petersen: „On Situational Logic as a Method in a World of Propensities“
Daniel Pimbé: „Are There Absolute Proofs in Mathematics?“
Peter Schroeder-Heister: „Popper on Deductive Logic and Logical Deduction“