Nineteenth Century Philosophy

Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic

What advances were made during the nineteenth century concerning the philosophy of mathematics and logic?

During the nineteenth century, a logical theory of probability was propounded, non-Euclidian geometry was discovered, the objectivity and necessary truth of scientific first principles were questioned, a new system of logical notation was devised, and the possibility that mathematics could be reduced to logic was introduced.


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