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  1. Quasi-empiricism is a philosophy of mathematics which treats mathematics as a social phenomenon. (Web site)
  2. Quasi-empiricism was developed by Imre Lakatos, inspired by the philosophy of science of Karl Popper. (Web site)


  1. In fact Lakatos's quasi-empiricism consists in the fallibility thesis. (Web site)
  2. This study is an essay in quasi-empiricism in every sense of the word. (Web site)
  3. Quasi-empiricism argues that in doing their retitle, mathematicians test hypotheses as well as proving theorems.
  4. What Chaitin proposes with quasi-empiricism is that we let some "not-so-simple" mathematical statements act as axioms.


  1. He advocated a form of "pure realism" that rejected mystical notions of truth and accepted much quasi-empiricism in mathematics. (Web site)
  2. Quasi-empiricism refers to applying quasi-empirical methods and accepting their results as valid or true, as in quasi-empiricism in mathematics. (Web site)
  3. Finally. a major criticism levelled at quasi-empiricism is that it seems to omit any account of beauty or aesthetics in mathematics (5). (Web site)


  1. See also: quasi-empiricism in mathematics, empirical methods, philosophy of science, philosophy of mathematics, mathematical practice.
  2. Tymoczko states: "This anthology delineates quasi-empiricism as a coherent and increasingly popular approach to the philosophy of mathematics" (7) . (Web site)


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