Bachelard, Enriques and Weyl: comparing some of their ideas

Some aspects of Federigo Enriques mathematical philosophy thought are taken as central reference points for a critical historic-epistemological comparison between it and some of the main aspects of the philosophical thought of other his contemporary thinkers like, Gaston Bachelard and Hermann Weyl. From what will be exposed, it will be also possible to make out possible educational implications of the historic-epistemological approach.
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