16910 | Mathematics can only start from an a priori intuition which is not empirical but pure [Kant] |
16917 | All necessary mathematical judgements are based on intuitions of space and time [Kant] |
9830 | Bolzano began the elimination of intuition, by proving something which seemed obvious [Bolzano, by Dummett] |
17816 | Frege's logicism aimed at removing the reliance of arithmetic on intuition [Frege, by Yourgrau] |
9831 | Geometry appeals to intuition as the source of its axioms [Frege] |
12421 | Kant's intuitions struggle to judge relevance, impossibility and exactness [Kitcher] |
12420 | If mathematics comes through intuition, that is either inexplicable, or too subjective [Kitcher] |
12393 | Intuition is no basis for securing a priori knowledge, because it is fallible [Kitcher] |
18061 | Mathematical intuition is not the type platonism needs [Kitcher] |
10244 | Intuition is an outright hindrance to five-dimensional geometry [Shapiro] |
8756 | Intuition doesn't support much mathematics, and we should question its reliability [Maddy, by Shapiro] |