What mathematical knowledge could not be

Aporia 1 (1):46-70 (2007)

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Philip A. Ebert
University of Stirling
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This is an introductory survey article to the philosophy of mathematics. I provide a detailed account of what Benacerraf’s problem is and then discuss in general terms four different approaches to ….
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