[FOM] philosophical literature on intuitionism
zeleny at post.harvard.edu
Tue Oct 14 21:17:29 EDT 2008
by Walter P. van Stigt is still the only game in town.
On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 3:27 PM, Thomas Forster
<T.Forster at dpmms.cam.ac.uk>wrote:
> I'm curious to know what the people who dreamt this stuff up actually
> thought they were doing.
> Where is the best place to start? Is it Dummett's book? Did Brouwer write
> anything one might want to read? I seem to remember there is an essay in
> one of the collections (Benacerraf and Putnam?). One of my colleagues
> here says that Intuitionism is really a form of solipsism, and that for an
> intuitionist to countenance any kind of interpretation into classical
> logic (or vice versa) is to undermine the solipsism and would not be
> welcomed by the true believers. I do remember reading that Brouwer was
> hostile to attempts to axiomatise constructive logic..
> Any useful steers?
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