Neo-fregeanism naturalized: The role of one-to-one correspondence in numerical cognition

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (6):648-649 (2008)
Rips et al. argue that the construction of math schemas roughly similar to the Dedekind/Peano axioms may be necessary for arriving at arithmetical skills. However, they neglect the neo-Fregean alternative axiomatization of arithmetic, based on Hume's principle. Frege arithmetic is arguably a more plausible start for a top-down approach in the psychological study of mathematical cognition than Peano arithmetic
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