1965 | Frege's Theory of Numbers |
p.194 | 17447 | Parsons says counting is tagging as first, second, third..., and converting the last to a cardinal |
1971 | A Plea for Substitutional Quantification |
p.156 | p.156 | 9468 | On the substitutional interpretation, '(∃x) Fx' is true iff a closed term 't' makes Ft true |
p.156 | p.156 | 9469 | Substitutional existential quantifier may explain the existence of linguistic entities |
p.159 n8 | p.159 | 9470 | Modal logic is not an extensional language |
1980 | Mathematical Intuition |
p.152 | p.106 | 18201 | General principles can be obvious in mathematics, but bold speculations in empirical science |
2009 | Review of Tait 'Provenance of Pure Reason' |
§2 | p.224 | 13417 | If a mathematical structure is rejected from a physical theory, it retains its mathematical status |
§2 | p.225 | 13418 | The old problems with the axiom of choice are probably better ascribed to the law of excluded middle |
§4 | p.237 | 13419 | If functions are transfinite objects, finitists can have no conception of them |