AUTHORS AND TITLES Bharath Sriraman, An interview with Reuben Hersh, pp. 1–10. Bharath Sriraman, Nine decades, pp. 11–18. Reuben Hersh, Pluralism as modeling and as confusion, pp. 19–29. Reuben Hersh, ‘Now’ has an infinitesimal positive duration, pp. 31–37. Reuben Hersh, Review of How Humans Learn to Think Mathematically: Exploring the Three Worlds of Mathematics, pp. 39–44. William Byers, Can you say what mathematics is?, pp. 45–60. David A. Edwards, The exact sciences and non-euclidean logic, pp. 61–67. Ian Stewart, Xenomath!, pp. 69–83. Dmitrii Yu. Manin and Yuri I. Manin, Cognitive networks: Brains, internet, and civilizations, pp. 85–96. Emily Grosholz, Reuben Hersh on the growth of mathematical knowledge: Kant, geometry, and number theory, pp. 97–114. Michael Harris, Do mathematicians have responsibilities?, pp. 115–123. Bonnie Gold, School mathematics and ‘real’ mathematics, pp. 125–137. Doron Zeilberger, What is mathematics and what should it be?, pp. 139–149. Julian Cole, Humanism about abstract objects, pp. 151–165. Chandler Davis, Can something just happen to be true?, pp. 167–172. Sven Delarivière and Bart Van Kerkhove, The ‘artificial mathematician’ objection: Exploring the (im)possibility of automating mathematical understanding, pp. 173–198. Paul M. Livingston, Wittgenstein, mathematics, and the temporality of technique, pp. 199–213. Martin Davis, Gödel’s legacy, pp. 215–222. Carlo Cellucci, Varieties of maverick philosophy of mathematics, pp. 223–251. Jody Azzouni, Does reason evolve? (Does the reasoning in mathematics evolve?), pp. 253–289. Michèle Friend, Mathematical theories as models, pp. 291–307. Alexandre V. Borovik, Mathematics for makers and mathematics for users, pp. 309–327. Elena Anne Corie Marchisotto, A case study in Reuben Hersh’s philosophy: Bézout’s theorem, pp. 329–345. Nel Noddings, A gift to teachers, pp. 347–349. William Labov, The philosophy of Reuben Hersh: A nontechnical assessment, pp. 351–354. Chandler Davis, Friends and former comrades, pp. 355–359 Reuben Hersh, On the nature of mathematical entities, pp. 361–363.
Philosophia Mathematica – Oxford University Press
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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