10502 | We can rise by degrees through abstraction, with higher levels representing more things [Arnauld,A/Nicole,P] |
9578 | If objects are just presentation, we get increasing abstraction by ignoring their properties [Frege] |
10563 | A generative conception of abstracts proposes stages, based on concepts of previous objects [Fine,K] |
9927 | Mathematics has ascended to higher and higher levels of abstraction [Burgess/Rosen] |
9930 | Abstraction is on a scale, of sets, to attributes, to type-formulas, to token-formulas [Burgess/Rosen] |
10524 | There is a hierarchy of abstraction, based on steps taken by equivalence relations [Hale] |