Hello, visitor. My name is John Peloquin. I live in the East Village of Manhattan where I enjoy eating food and listening to garbage trucks. Sometimes I am mistaken for a pelican.
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I studied math as an undergraduate at Berkeley. My primary interests are in foundations (set theory, recursion theory, model theory, and the like). Here are some expository papers I wrote:
- Notes on Mathematics (draft)
- A Note on Function Notation
- Zorn’s Bowels: The Mechanics of Choice and Recursion
- Ehrenfeucht’s Game-Theoretic Characterization of First-Order Elementary Equivalence
Once upon a time I thought I wanted to be a professional philosopher. Here are some short papers I wrote during a brief stint in graduate school at USC:
- Paradoxes of Infinity
- Kripke on Rigid Designation
- Quine on Conventionalism
- Tarski on Truth
- Frege on Existence
Here is another paper I wrote randomly, before USC: