Dr. Juliet Floyd

Director of the Boston University Center for the Humanities

Professor of Philosophy at Boston University

Dr. Floyd is a Borden Parker Browne Professor of Philosophy and the current Director of the BU Center for the Humanities. She is especially known for her work on Wittgenstein’s philosophy of logic and mathematics (Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mathematics, Cambridge Element 2021, Wittgenstein’s Remarks on Hardy’s Course of Pure Mathematics: A Non-Extensionalist Account of the Real Numbers (with Felix Mühlhölzer), Springer 2020) and the philosophy of Alan Turing (Philosophical Explorations of the Legacy of Alan Turing: Turing 100 (co-edited with A. Bokulich), Springer, 2017).

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