Radical anti-realism, Wittgenstein and the length of proofs

Synthese 171 (3):419 - 432 (2009)
After sketching an argument for radical anti-realism that does not appeal to human limitations but polynomial-time computability in its definition of feasibility, I revisit an argument by Wittgenstein on the surveyability of proofs, and then examine the consequences of its application to the notion of canonical proof in contemporary proof-theoretical-semantics.
Keywords Proof  Philosophy of logic  Anti-realism  Wittgenstein  Dummett
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DOI 10.1007/s11229-008-9315-9
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