Joe Niederberger posted Jun 30, 2013 1:34 AM (GSC's remarks follow): > G S Chandy says: > >If to read and understand the 'logicist position' is <snip> > > Here's a cute paper: > http://www2.gsu.edu/~matgtc/three%20crises%20in%20math > ematics.pdf > Thanks very much for the link to that paper "Three Crises in Math ...", by Ernst Snapper. I have glanced through it, and have saved it to *do* something with in due course.
It's most useful indeed, for exactly my specific purposes - and it's an exposition at more or less the level that I can *do* something with almost immediately, without having to do a huge amount of 'research' which I do not have the library resources or the time to do.
I shall *do* that in due course, and shall post the results here (probably as attachments to a posting here). Some parts of it may be of interest to others at Math-teach as well, specifically w.r.t. the claims I have been making about 'prose + structural graphics' and such matters.
By the way, I find that - 'intuitively' at least - this paper seems to confirm ALL of my arguments on these issues that I've made previously. I shall justify this claim in due course (but please give me a little time to do that, as at the moment I am pretty heavily committed otherwise).