Peano e la filosofia della matematica

In Elisa Gallo - Livia Giacardi - Clara Silvia Roero (ed.), Conferenze E Seminari 2003-2004. Associazione Subalpina Mathesis. pp. 203-220 (2004)
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It is well known that Peano had a reluctant attitude towards philosophy, including philosophy of mathematics. Some scholars have suggested the existence of an 'implicit' philosophy, without being able to describe it. In this paper a first attempt is done to reconstruct, if not a general philosophy of mathematics, at least Peano' epistemology of mathematics and its relation to contemporary positions.



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Enrico Pasini
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