Michael Liston

Professor Emeritus
 Curtin Hall 619


PhD, University of California-San Diego

Research Interests

His principal research interests lie in the areas of philosophy of science, philosophy of mathematics, and metaphysics and philosophy of language.

Teaching Interests

Teaches courses in logic and philosophy of science.

Selected Publications

Liston, M. (2018, November). Review of Mark Wilson, Physics Avoidance. , ~ 8 pages. Oxford: British Journal of Philosophy of Science.
Liston, M. N. (2017, June). “Duhem: Images of Science, Historical Continuity, and the First Crisis in Physics”. Transversal: International Journal for the Historiography of Science, 2, 73-84.
Liston, M. N. (2016, December). Scientific Realism and Antirealism. Fieser, J., & Dowden, B. (Eds.). Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Liston, M. N. (2012, June). “Review of Polkinghorne, J. (ed.), Meaning in Mathematics”, History and Philosophy of Logic (2012). History and Philosophy of Logic. Taylor and Francis.
Liston, M. N. (2011, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). On Tins and Tin-Openers. de Regt, H., Hartmann, S., & Okasha, S. (Eds.). Springer, 1, 2012, 151-160.
Liston, M. N. (2010, November). Rabbits Astray and Significance Awandering. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 81(3), 809-819.
Liston, M. N. (2010, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Review of Ferreirós, J. and Gray, J.J. (eds.) The Architecture of Modern Mathematics: Essays in History and Philosophy, Oxford 2006. , 11(1-2), 167-180. Review of Modern Logic.