Why cardinalities are the “natural” natural numbers

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (6):659-659 (2008)
According to Rips et al., numerical cognition develops out of two independent sets of cognitive primitives – one that supports enumeration, and one that supports arithmetic and the concepts of natural numbers. I argue against this proposal because it incorrectly predicts that natural number concepts could develop without prior knowledge of enumeration
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