Gabriel Day

University of Chicago, BA Philosophy
University of Chicago, BA Mathematics

My philosophical interests lie in the philosophy of mathematics and logic. In particular I think about model theory and set theory, branches of mathematical logic, and consider what insights philosophy may glean from them. Much of my time is spent in Notre Dame's mathematics department studying model theory. I am also interested in the 19th and 20th Century history of philosophy of mathematics, and debates around logicism and structuralism. Non-professionally, I enjoy mixing cocktails, playing the saxophone, and various casual sports (hiking, climbing, tennis, fencing, etc.)

Research Interests

Philosophy of Mathematics
Model Theory