The Division for Advancement and External Relations  

 
MARK  STEINER,  PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF PHILOSOPHY 
Status : EMERITUS Birth place : NEW YORK, N.Y.
Office Phone: 02-588-3752 Fax:
E-Mail: marksa@vms.huji.ac.il
U.R.L:
 
Department Faculty  
PHILOSOPHY FACULTY OF HUMANITIES Dept. Description
 
Academic Degree   Institution Year
Ph.D. PRINCETON UNIV. 1972
 
Academic Position   Year
EMERITUS 2010
PROFESSOR 1998
ASSOC. PROFESSOR 1983
SENIOR LECTURER 1977
 
External Academic Positions and Awards
Lecturer, 1970, Asst. Prof., 1972, Columbia Univ.
Research Fellow, Isr. Acad. of Sciences, 1986-89
 
Research Interests
Philosophy of mathematics and physics; philosophy of science.
The application of mathematics in the natural sciences and the
implications of this for epistemology.
 
Research Projects
The philosophy of mathematics of Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Philosophical issues in contemporary mathematics education:
The Hidden Revolution in Wittgenstein's philosophy of mathematics:
 
Selected Publications
Publication Title   Year
Empirical regularities in Wittgenstein's philosophy of 2009
Mathematics: Application and applicability. In: 2005
Teaching elementary arithmetic through applications. In: 2003
Review of Marget Morrison, Unifying Physical Theories: 2001
Wittgenstein as his own worst enemy. 2001
Rabbi Israel Salanter as a Jewish philosopher. 2000
Frege, the natural numbers, and natural kinds. In: 2000
Mathematical intuition and physical intuition in Wittgenstein's 2000
Penrose and Platonism. In: 2000
The Applicability of Mathematics as a Philosophical 1998
The autonomy of mathematics. 1990
Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 39(1): 1990
The application of mathematics to natural science. 1989

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