Mathematics and argumentation

Foundations of Science 14 (1-2):1-8 (2009)
Abstract
Some authors have begun to appeal directly to studies of argumentation in their analyses of mathematical practice. These include researchers from an impressively diverse range of disciplines: not only philosophy of mathematics and argumentation theory, but also psychology, education, and computer science. This introduction provides some background to their work.
Keywords Argumentation  Mathematical practice
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