Philosophia 29 (1-4):191-209 (2002)
This is a dialogue in which five characters are involved. Various issues in the philosophy of mathematics are discussed. Among those issues are these: numbers as abstract objects, our knowledge of numbers as abstract objects, a proof as showing a mathematical statement to be true as opposed to the statement being true in virtue of having a proof.
|Keywords||numbers as abstract objects our knowledge of numbers as abstract objects Goedel proof and truth|
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