Структурализм и идентичность математических объектов


M. Resnik


The paper deals with the nature of mathematics from the point of view so called mathematical structuralism. The author proposes specific analysis of mathematical objects, and within the particular — relativistic standpoint — justify that mathematics is the science of patterns. He responded for the objections toward mathematical structuralism.






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