Science without Numbers. Hartry Field. Abstract. The book argues that there is no reason to believe in the existence of mathematical entities, or the literal truth of. Science Without Numbers caused a stir in , with its bold nominalist approach Ontology and Logic: Remarks on Hartry Field’s Anti-Platonist Philosophy of. Science without numbers, A Defence of H. Field – – Revue Philosophique de la France Et de l’Etranger (4) Review: Hartry.
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A Defense of Nominalism Hartry H. Field, Science Without Numbers. Physical theories are best presented in an intrinsic manner that does not require any reference to mathematical entities. Science without Numbers Hartry Field Abstract The book argues that there is no reason to believe in the existence of mathematical entities, or the literal truth of mathematics, and in particular that physical theory does not require this.
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Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Sign in Create an account. What Mathematicians’ Claims Mean: More The book argues that there is no reason to believe in the existence of mathematical entities, or the literal truth of mathematics, and in particular that physical theory does not require this. There has been much debate about the book since it first appeared.
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