An Aristotelian Realist Philosophy of Mathematics

Mathematics is as much a science of the real world as biology is. It is the science of the world’s quantitative aspects (such as ratio) and structural or patterned aspects (such as symmetry). James Franklin discusses a complete philosophy of mathematics that contrasts with the usual Platonist and nominalist options.

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