Public Science in Britain: The Role of the Royal Society

  title={Public Science in Britain: The Role of the Royal Society},
  author={Marie Boas Hall},
  pages={627 - 629}
  • M. Hall
  • Published 1 December 1981
  • Philosophy
  • Isis
as positions on the natural number line, are nonvacuous in two ways. First, the relations between such Ideas are able to account for the necessary entailments that hold between number concepts in a way abstractions from phenomenal particulars never can. And second, Plato would wish to claim that since instances of numbers are technically non-sensible, it is impossible to recognize even one instance of a number (let alone similarities between several instances) prior to possessing the content of… 
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