Teaching Philosophy 14 (4):375-388 (1991)

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This article describes .a course in the philosophy of mathematics that compares various metaphysical and epistemological theories of mathematics with portions of the history of the development of mathematics, in particular, the history of calculus.
Keywords Philosophy of Mathematics  Empirical Understandings of Mathematics  Philip Kitcher  History of the Calculus
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DOI 10.5840/teachphil199114453
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