
Monday 19th 
Tuesday 20th 
Wednesday 21st 
10:00 
Opening lecture:
 Rafael Núñez, Mathematics: cognition in practice that makes it possible

Invited lecture:
 Valeria Giardino, Manipulative imagination: how to move things around in mathematics

Invited lecture:
 Dirk Schlimm, Numerals: Mathematical understanding through external representations

11:00 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
11:30 
Contributed lectures (Chair: B. Larvor):
 S. Buijsman, Empirically informed Philosophy of Mathematics
 B. Buldt, Mathematical practice and human cognition. A critical appraisal of Frank Quinn’s Science of Mathematics
 M. Cramer, From the Language of Mathematics to Cognitive Aspects of Logical Paradoxes

Contributed lectures (Chair: N. Goethe):
 M. Ugaglia, Aristotle on the role of diagrams in the practice of mathematics
 P. Milici, Calculus without infinity: historical insights from tractional constructions
 M. Muntersbjorn, Is mathematics indeterminate, mutable, and ephemeral?

Contributed lectures (Chair: M. Wright):
 M. SantosSousa, Understanding Basic Arithmetic
 R. Wagner, What different models of neurocognition mean for mathematical cognition

13:30 
Lunch Break 
Lunch Break 
Lunch Break 
15:00 
Contributed lectures (Chair: M. de Ponte):
 M. Pantsar, Early numerical cognition and mathematical processes
 S. Costreie, The geometrical roots of arithmetical cognition: Frege & Dehaene

Contributed lectures (Chair: M. de Paz):
 I. Starikova, Zooming out and zooming in
 D. Postnikoff, Taxonomy in Trouble: Extraneity and the Dynamics of Conceptual Metaphor

Contributed lectures (Chair: V. Giardino):
 E. Andrade, From understanding arithmetic operations as actions towards problem solving
 D. Hutto, The enactive roots of STEM: Rethinking educational design in mathematics

16:30 
Lecture (Chair: M. de Ponte):
 J. Ferreirós and M. J. García Pérez, “Natural” and “Euclidean”? Reflections on basic, practical geometry.

Contributed lectures (Chair: M. de Paz):
 E. Snyder, with R. Samuels and S. Shapiro, Neologicism, Frege’s Constraint, and the FregeHeck Condition
 S. Visokolskis, Incubation of concepts, ideas, results and/or mathematical theories: specific links between creativity in Mathematics and incubatory cognitive mechanisms

Contributed lectures (Chair: V. Giardino):
 D. Abrahamson with A. Bakker, More Than Hand Waving: Rethinking Embodied Movement in Mathematics Education
 K. Zahidi, Human, all too human: mathematics as cultural practice. The case of arithmetic

21h 


Conference Dinner 