Mathematics

Mathematics

Structuralism: An Alternative to Mathematical Platonism

Structuralism is, at its simplest, a viable alternative to Platonism the idea that mathematical objects, just like any other objects, have Platonic forms. Instead, structuralism posits that objects don't need to exist abstractly, or even have some inherent nature, but that these objects gain their significance only from their relationships with other mathematical objects.

The Invention of Mathematics

It has been claimed that mathematics was invented. This claim is absurd.

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