FOM: Kreisel's realism

scerir scerir at
Wed May 9 16:29:52 EDT 2001

> Putnam (in his "What is mathematical truth?") wrote:
> "The question of realism, as Kreisel long ago put it, is the question of
> the objectivity of mathematics and not the question of the existence of
> mathematical objects".
> Does anybody know where (and when) Kreisel gave such definition of realism?
> Miriam Franchella

Somebody (perhaps prof. Cellucci?) wrote about that
in: "Kreiseliana: About and Around Georg Kreisel"
P. Odifreddi (editor)
A.K. Peters Ltd. 1996.

- Serafino Cerulli-Irelli

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