This page contains logic students' syllabi for their philosophy preliminary exams, "special option" qualifying exams, and philosophy qualifying exams.

## Philosophy prelim syllabi

### Philosophy of Mathematics

Frege's philosophy of mathematics, Fall 2006

Kant's distinction between mathematics and philosophy
### Philosophical Logic

Philosophical issues in second-order logic

The concept of logical consequence
### Philosophy of Science

### Philosophy of Language

"Context Sensitivity in Semantics," July 2006

"Quantifying In," February 2003
### Other

Godel and the ontological argument (bibliography only), January 2006

Godel's incompleteness theorems and the mind

Interactions of logic and probability, June 2004

## "Special Option" qualifying exam syllabi

Model theory and stability theory, July 2003

## Philosophy qualifying exam syllabi

"Predicativity, foundations of arithmetic, and Fregean arithmetics," "Vagueness and classical logic," and "Dummett and the justification of deduction," December 2005

Truth and realism, mathematical nominalism, and set theory, May 2005