- Title Pages
- I TRUTH AND ONTOLOGY
- 1 Why Empirically Indispensable Mathematical Doctrine and (Some) Scientific Law Must Be Taken as True: Preliminary Considerations
- 2 Circumventing Commitment to Truth despite Empirical Indispensability
- 3 Criteria for the Ontological Commitments of Discourse
- 4 Criteria for What Exists
- 5 Ontological Commitment and the Vernacular: Some Warnings
- II APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND ITS POSITS
- 6 Posits and the Epistemic Burdens They Bear
- 7 Posits and Existence
- 8 Applying Mathematics: Two Models
- 9 Applied Mathematics and Ontology
- Deflating Existential Consequence
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