Sunday, April 26, 2015

AN ARISTOTELIAN REALIST PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS


THE SYDNEY SCHOOL: MATHEMATICS, THE SCIENCE OF STRUCTURE
 
AN ARISTOTELIAN REALIST PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS




We are a school of philosophers of mathematics centred in Sydney, Australia. Our line is realist (about structure and quantity), but Aristotelian rather than Platonist: we hold that mathematics studies real properties of things such as symmetry and continuity . . .
intro . . .
our manifesto . . .
tutorial on Aristotelian realism. . .
review of other schools in philosophy of maths. . .
The Australian's Higher Ed Supplement article. . .
introductory talk on infinity ...
Philosopher's Zone interview 2010 ... 2014 ...
video interview.
       Explanation of diagram
Members
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James Franklin
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Peter Forrest
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Anne Newstead
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Andrew Irvine
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Adrian Heathcote
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Lisa Dive
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Charles Pigden
Book
James Franklin's book, An Aristotelian Realist Philosophy of Mathematics, appeared from Palgrave Macmillan in Apr 2014.

(Philosophia Mathematica's review: extract ... (full text) ... New Criterion's review)
Our articles

Related materials
Philosophy of mathematics resources we recommend
For further information, contact James Franklin, j.franklin@unsw.edu.au


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