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- Title Pages
- Dedication
- Preface
- Acknowledgements
- Part I The Constructibility Theory
- 1 The Problem of Existence in Mathematics
- 2 The Constructibility Quantifiers
- 3 Constructibility and Open‐Sentences
- 4 The Deductive System
- 5 Cardinality and Number Theory
- 6 Measurable Quantities and Analysis
- Part II Philosophical Developments
- 7 Mathematical Structuralism
- 8 Science Without Numbers
- 9 Why Burgess Is a Moderate Realist
- 10 Maddy's Solution to the Problem of Reference
- 11 Kitcher's Ideal Agents
- 12 Deflationism and Mathematical Truth
- Appendix Field's Nominalistic Logical Theory
- Bibliography
- Index

# (p.122) Part II Philosophical Developments

# (p.122) Part II Philosophical Developments

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- Constructibility and Mathematical Existence
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- Oxford University Press

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- Title Pages
- Dedication
- Preface
- Acknowledgements
- Part I The Constructibility Theory
- 1 The Problem of Existence in Mathematics
- 2 The Constructibility Quantifiers
- 3 Constructibility and Open‐Sentences
- 4 The Deductive System
- 5 Cardinality and Number Theory
- 6 Measurable Quantities and Analysis
- Part II Philosophical Developments
- 7 Mathematical Structuralism
- 8 Science Without Numbers
- 9 Why Burgess Is a Moderate Realist
- 10 Maddy's Solution to the Problem of Reference
- 11 Kitcher's Ideal Agents
- 12 Deflationism and Mathematical Truth
- Appendix Field's Nominalistic Logical Theory
- Bibliography
- Index