Readership: Advanced students and scholars of philosophy of mathematics; mathematicians and psychologists
Edited by Mary Leng, University of Liverpool, Alexander Paseau, University of Oxford, and Michael Potter, University of Cambridge
Mary Leng: Introduction
1: Michael Potter: What is the problem of mathematical knowledge?
2: W. T. Gowers: Mathematics, memory, and mental arithmetic
3: Alan Baker: Is there a problem of induction for mathematics?
4: Marinella Cappelletti and Valeria Giardino: The cognitive basis of mathematical knowledge
5: Mary Leng: What's there to know? A fictionalist account of mathematical knowledge
6: Mark Colyvan: Mathematical recreation versus mathematical knowledge
7: Alexander Paseau: Scientific Platonism
8: Crispin Wright: On quantifying into predicate position: Steps towards a new(trialist) perspective