Crisis and Return of Intuition in Hans Hahn’s Philosophy of Mathematics

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In the long history of 2000 years of interaction between philosophy and mathematics three major problem areas have been dealt with, following the three classic disciplines logic, metaphysics and epistemology: the problem of truth of mathematical statements the problem of existence of mathematical objects and the problem of how to recognize mathematical objects
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