Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Thiel I 17
Numbers/Ontology/Mathematics/Nicolai Hartmann/Thiel: today (unjustly) almost forgotten position: the definition is based on a determination of the properties of mathematical being: "general ontology" Nicolai Hartmann and Günther Jacoby. Thesis: the mathematical objects would have a "fictitious per se existence". We do not conceive the being of mathematical objects as being real, but in analogy to that. We omit the space-time and keep only the "independence from the being meant".

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Hartmann, Nicolai
Chr. Thiel
Philosophie und Mathematik Darmstadt 1995

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