Naturalismo, ficción y objetos matemáticos

Signos Filosóficos 13 (25):47-71 (2011)

Abstract
En reacción al platonismo de Quine acerca de los objetos matemáticos han surgido las posiciones ficcionalistas, tanto las revisionistas como las hermenéuticas. En mi parecer las tres posiciones son defendibles. Cuál elige uno (si es que decidimos elegir una de ellas), depende de convicciones filosóf..
Keywords FICCIONALISMO   INDISPENSABILIDAD   MATEMÁTICAS   NATURALISMO   ONTOLOGÍA  FICTIONALISM   INDISPENSABILITY   MATHEMATICS   NATURALISM   ONTOLOGY
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