1912 | Intuitionism and Formalism |
p.156 | 10117 | Intuitonists in mathematics worried about unjustified assertion, as well as contradiction |
p.77 | p.77 | 12451 | Scientific laws largely rest on the results of counting and measuring |
p.79 | p.79 | 12452 | Our dislike of contradiction in logic is a matter of psychology, not mathematics |
p.80 | p.80 | 12454 | Intuitionists only accept denumerable sets |
p.80 | p.80 | 12453 | Neo-intuitionism abstracts from the reuniting of moments, to intuit bare two-oneness |
1928 | Mathematics, Science and Language |
p.198 | 18118 | Brouwer regards the application of mathematics to the world as somehow 'wicked' |
p.200 | 18119 | Mathematics is a mental activity which does not use language |
1930 | works |
p.179 | 15941 | For intuitionists excluded middle is an outdated historical convention |
p.200 | 18247 | Brouwer saw reals as potential, not actual, and produced by a rule, or a choice |
1948 | Consciousness, Philosophy and Mathematics |
p.8 | 8728 | Intuitionist mathematics deduces by introspective construction, and rejects unknown truths |