Vom Zahlen zu den Zahlen: On the Relation Between Computation and Arithmetical Structuralism

Philosophia Mathematica 20 (3):275-288 (2012)
This paper sketches an answer to the question how we, in our arithmetical practice, succeed in singling out the natural-number structure as our intended interpretation. It is argued that we bring this about by a combination of what we assert about the natural-number structure on the one hand, and our computational capacities on the other hand
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DOI 10.1093/philmat/nkr039
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