Mathematical structuralism today

Philosophy Compass 5 (8):689-699 (2010)
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Julian Cole
Buffalo State College
Abstract
Two topics figure prominently in recent discussions of mathematical structuralism: challenges to the purported metaphysical insight provided by sui generis structuralism and the significance of category theory for understanding and articulating mathematical structuralism. This article presents an overview of central themes related to these topics.
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DOI 10.1111/j.1747-9991.2010.00308.x
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