1954 | Remarks on the definition and nature of mathematics |
'Mathematics' | p.206 | 17808 | Saying mathematics is logic is merely replacing one undefined term by another |
'The formalist' | p.204 | 17807 | To study formal systems, look at the whole thing, and not just how it is constructed in steps |
'The problem' | p.202 | 17806 | It is untenable that mathematics is general physical truths, because it needs infinity |