With regard to (2), I build on the work of David Hilbert in the foundations of mathematics and physics.
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To understand his work, it must be viewed as a response to the nineteenth-century crisis in the foundations of mathematics, and in relation to the nineteenth-century endeavours to mathematicize logic.
Chapter Two is a brief introduction to two issues in the foundations of mathematics, which possess philosophical significance.
Individually, they share an interest in logical consistency, a concern made prominent by twentieth-century foundations of mathematics.
Running at more than 300 pages, it chronicles Russell's tortuous quest for the foundations of mathematics, and his search for logic as a shield from the insanity that consumed other members of his family.
Running at more than 300 pages, it chronicles Russell s tortuous quest for the foundations of mathematics, and his search for logic as a shield from the insanity that consumed other members of his family.
He introduces the foundations of mathematics as conceptualized by Russell and Whitehead, Hilbert, and Bourbaki: the tools for mathematical reasoning, a formal methodology, and the interplay between the written structures of mathematical statements and their meaning.
Brouwer argued over the foundations of mathematics in a battle that Albert Einstein described as "the war of the frogs and the mice.