1

Two arguments against realism
– Timothy Bays


Set Theory
– Frank Stephan, Frank Stephan, Room S

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Types in logic and mathematics before 1940
– Fairouz Kamareddine, Twan Laan, Rob Nederpelt
 2002


Philos Stud DOI 10.1007/s1109801301604 Mathematical representation: playing a role
– Kate Hodesdon, Ó Springer, Science+business Media Dordrecht


Absolute Infinity ∗
– Philip Welch, Leon Horsten
 2012

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How applied mathematics became pure
– Penelope Maddy


NEUROSEMANTICS: A THEORY by
– Dan Ryder
 2006


Foundations for Mathematical Structuralism ∗
– Uri Nodelman, Edward N. Zalta, Uri Nodelman, Edward N. Zalta


Mika Oksanen THE RUSSELLKAPLAN PARADOX AND OTHER MODAL PARADOXES:
– A New Solution


OF LANGUAGE AND INFORMATION Contents Introduction: Perspectives on Context vii
– Paolo Bouquet, Luciano Serafini, Rich Thomason (eds, Paolo Bouquet, Luciano Serafini, Richmond Thomason, Massimo Benerecetti, Paolo Bouquet, Chiara Ghidini
 2006

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A ParadigmBased Solution to the Riddle of Induction
– Mark Changizi, Timothy P. Barber
 1998


GENERAL PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
– Roman Frigg, Ioannis Votsis, R. Frigg, I. Votsis


Statement
– unknown authors


Alternative Set Theories
– M. Randall Holmes
 2006


How Deep is the Distinction between A Priori and A Posteriori Knowledge? 1
– Timothy Williamson


BENACERRAF’S DILEMMA AND INFORMAL MATHEMATICS
– Gregory Lavers


Justin ClarkeDoane Monash University [Note: This is the penultimate draft of a paper that is forthcoming in Noûs.] Moral Epistemology: The Mathematics Analogy *
– See Republic, Book Vii


WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS TO BE SELFEVIDENT: BUT WHAT DO WE MEAN BY THAT?
– Stewart Shapiro

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Mathematical Intuition vs. Mathematical Monsters
– Solomon Feferman
 1998
