The first of six chapters in which rival views are critically evaluated and compared with the Constructibility view described in earlier chapters. The views considered here (forms of ‘Structuralism’) are those of Stewart Shapiro and Michael Resnik. A number of difficulties with these two views are detailed and it is explained how the Constructibility Theory is not troubled by the problems that Structuralism was explicitly developed to resolve.
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