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[Buzaglo (as well as Manders (J Philos LXXXVI(10):553–562, 1989)) shows the way in which it is rational even for a realist to consider ‘development of concepts’, and documents the theory by numerous examples from the area of mathematics. A natural question arises: in which way can the phenomenon of expanding mathematical concepts influence empirical concepts? But at the same time a more general question can be formulated: in which way do the mathematical concepts influence empirical concepts? What I want to show in the present paper can be described as follows.]
Published: Mar 14, 2012
Keywords: Actual World; Mathematical Concept; Free Variable; Conceptual System; Simple Concept
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