Logicism, Intuitionism, and Formalism: What Has Become of by Sten Lindström,Erik Palmgren,Krister Segerberg,Viggo

By Sten Lindström,Erik Palmgren,Krister Segerberg,Viggo Stoltenberg-Hansen

This anthology studies the programmes within the foundations of arithmetic from the classical interval and assesses their attainable relevance for modern philosophy of arithmetic. a distinct part is anxious with positive mathematics.

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