Alex Paseau has a new entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia on ‘Naturalism in the Philosophy of Mathematics‘. If I was being picky, I’d perhaps say that student readers will find that it dives in the deep end a bit quickly. But I found Alex’s useful distinction-making and rather sceptical reflections very helpful.
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