Kant and the foundations of mathematics

Philosophical Review 84 (1):23-50 (1975)
T HE heart of Kant's views on the nature of mathematics is his thesis that the judgments of pure mathematics are synthetic a priori. Kant usually offers this as one thesis, but it is fruitful to regard it as consisting of two separate claims, a meta- physical subthesis and an epistemological ..
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