## Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments | |||

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Benacerraf, Paul Books on Amazon: Paul Benacerraf |
Mathematical Entities | Stalnaker I 41 Mathematics/Benacerraf/Stalnaker: (Benacerraf, 1973): Benacerraf sees a tension between the need for a plausible representation of what mathematical statements say and a representation of the way we know that such statements are true. Suppose we demand a causal connection to things that we claim to know. Then it is not clear how this is supposed to work in the case of numbers that are acasual. |
Bena I P. Benacerraf Philosophy of Mathematics 2ed: Selected Readings Cambridge 1984 Sta I R. Stalnaker Ways a World may be Oxford New York 2003 |

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