The who and what of the philosophy of mathematical practices
In the first part an outline is presented of the emergent new field of the study and the philosophy of mathematical practices, including (the philosophy of) mathematics education. In the second part the focus is on particular themes within this field that correspond more or less to my personal contributions over a thirty-year period. As the title of this contribution indicates the relations and connections between the study of mathematical practices and "mainstream" philosophy of mathematics need not be antagonistic but rather are to be seen as mutually beneficial.
Van Bendegem, J. P. (2018)., The who and what of the philosophy of mathematical practices, in P. Ernest (ed.), The philosophy of mathematics education today, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 39-59.
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