Fictionalism and Mathematical Objectivity

In Metaphysics and Science. University of Bucharest Press. pp. 137-158 (2012)
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This paper, written in Romanian, compares fictionalism, nominalism, and neo-Meinongianism as responses to the problem of objectivity in mathematics, and then motivates a fictionalist view of objectivity as invariance.
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