I had responded at Math-teach to your question below (as soon as I saw it at Math-teach). - I believe the post should appear there after the week-end break. If it does not, I shall copy it and send it on in due course.
Best wishes, GSC
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>________________________________ > From: Joe Niederberger <firstname.lastname@example.org> >To: email@example.com >Sent: Saturday, June 29, 2013 2:04 AM >Subject: Re: Is logic part of mathematics - or is mathematics part of logic? > > >Can you say what those propositions mean in any precise sense? > >Take a look at the Stanford article on "Principia". The main problems with the logicist program were perceived to be the "axiom of infinity", and that of "reducibility". > >Cheers, >Joe N > >------- End of Forwarded Message > > > >