1894 | On the Nature of Mathematical Reasoning |
p.107 | 15923 | Poincaré rejected the actual infinite, claiming definitions gave apparent infinity to finite objects |
1901 | talk |
p.430 | 9916 | Convention, yes! Arbitrary, no! |
1902 | Science and Hypothesis |
p.20 | p.363 | 10180 | Mathematicians do not study objects, but relations between objects |
1906 | The Value of Science |
Pt III | p.52 | 15877 | The aim of science is just to create a comprehensive, elegant language to describe brute facts |
1908 | Science and Method |
p.65 | p.154 | 10245 | One geometry cannot be more true than another |
1909 | The Logic of Infinity |
p.63 | p.126 | 18203 | Avoid non-predicative classifications and definitions |