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Mathematics - The Nonmathernatical Foundations of Mathematics. An Account of the Desire of Modern Mathematics to Transcend Empiricism and its Consequent Toleration of the Greatest Intellectual Scandal of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. By R. J. Diamond. Pasadena, California: Nambor Press, 1971. Pp. v + 108. No price stated.

  • I. Grattan-Guinness

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* The paper are discussed seems to be Hobson, 's ‘The arithmetic continuum’, Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, 2nd ser. iv (1905), 21–8. Diamond dates it at November 1895.

Mathematics - The Nonmathernatical Foundations of Mathematics. An Account of the Desire of Modern Mathematics to Transcend Empiricism and its Consequent Toleration of the Greatest Intellectual Scandal of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. By R. J. Diamond. Pasadena, California: Nambor Press, 1971. Pp. v + 108. No price stated.

  • I. Grattan-Guinness

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