Dialectica 59 (2):237-264 (2005)

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Jamie Tappenden
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
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The issues surrounding the Caesar problem are assumed to be inert as far as ongoing mathematics is concerned. This paper aims to correct this impression by spelling out the ways that, in their historical context, Frege's remarks would have had considerable resonance with work that other mathematicians such as Riemann and Dedekind were doing. The search for presentation‐independent characterizations of objects and global definitions was seen as bound up with fundamental methodological questions in complex analysis and number theory.
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DOI 10.1111/dltc.2005.59.issue-2
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