Logical and semantic purity
Graduate studies at Western
Protosociology 25:36-48 (2008)
|Abstract||Many mathematicians have sought ‘pure’ proofs of theorems. There are different takes on what a ‘pure’ proof is, though, and it’s important to be clear on their differences, because they can easily be conflated. In this paper I want to distinguish between two of them.|
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