See also suggested topics for research students

Philosophy of mathematics papers by PhB students (undergraduates):

*Hugh Parsonage*:*Is Mathematics Cumulative?*

— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Parsonage%20-%20Philosophy%20of%20Mathematics.pdf*Jono Henshaw*:*Inductive Reasoning in the Deductive Sciences*

— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Henshaw%20-%20Inductive%20Reasoning%20in%20the%20Deductive%20Science.pdf*Peter Humphries*:*Resolving the Banach-Tarski Paradox*

— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Humphries%20-%20Resolving%20the%20Banach-Tarski%20Paradox.pdf*James Taylor*:*Computable reals and constructible sets*

— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Taylor%20-%20Computable%20reals%20and%20constructible%20sets.pdf*Brendan Harding*:*Mathematical Philosophy of Fractals*

— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Harding%20-%20Philosophy%20of%20Fractals.pdf*Stephanie Wright: What Is Randomness?*— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Stephanie%20Wright%20-%20What%20Is%20Randomness%3f.pdf*Zaiga Thomann*:*Bolzano and the modernisation of mathematical method -boltz'n'all*— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Zaiga%20Thomann%20-%20Bolzano.pdf*Mitchell Porter*:*The pointlessness of the point null p-value*—

http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Porter%20-%20The%20pointlessness%20of%20the%20point%20null%20p-value.pdf

And one on philosophy of mind:

- Jo Davies:
*The role of scientific explanation in addressing the easy and hard problems of consciousness*— http://bunny.xeny.net/philosophy-of-maths/Davies%20-%20The%20role%20of%20scientific%20explanation%20in%20addressing%20the%20easy%20and%20hard%20problems%20of%20consciousness.pdf