(2007) Synthese 156 (2).

The objectivity of mathematics

Stewart Shapiro

pp. 337-381

The purpose of this paper is to apply Crispin Wright’s criteria and various axes of objectivity to mathematics. I test the criteria and the objectivity of mathematics against each other. Along the way, various issues concerning general logic and epistemology are encountered.

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DOI: 10.1007/s11229-005-5298-y

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Shapiro, S. (2007). The objectivity of mathematics. Synthese 156 (2), pp. 337-381.

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