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- Title Pages
- Dedication
- Preface
- 1 Introduction
- 2 What Is Mathematical Realism?
- 3 The Case for Mathematical Realism
- 4 Recent Attempts at Blunting the Indispensability Thesis
- 5 Doubts About Realism
- Part Two Neutral Epistemology
- 6 The Elusive Distinction Between Mathematics and Natural Science
- 7 Holism: Evidence in Science and Mathematics
- 8 The Local Conception of Mathematical Evidence: Proof, Computation, and Logic
- 9 Positing Mathematical Objects
- Part Three Mathematics as a Science of Patterns
- 10 Mathematical Objects as Positions in Patterns
- 11 Patterns and Mathematical Knowledge
- 12 What Is Structuralism? and Other Questions
- Bibliography
- Index

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- Mathematics as a Science of Patterns
- Publisher:
- Oxford University Press

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- Title Pages
- Dedication
- Preface
- 1 Introduction
- 2 What Is Mathematical Realism?
- 3 The Case for Mathematical Realism
- 4 Recent Attempts at Blunting the Indispensability Thesis
- 5 Doubts About Realism
- Part Two Neutral Epistemology
- 6 The Elusive Distinction Between Mathematics and Natural Science
- 7 Holism: Evidence in Science and Mathematics
- 8 The Local Conception of Mathematical Evidence: Proof, Computation, and Logic
- 9 Positing Mathematical Objects
- Part Three Mathematics as a Science of Patterns
- 10 Mathematical Objects as Positions in Patterns
- 11 Patterns and Mathematical Knowledge
- 12 What Is Structuralism? and Other Questions
- Bibliography
- Index