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5 Written questions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. mathematical objects exist, but depend on the (human) mind
  2. mathematical objects do not exist, but physical objects are approximations
  3. mathematical objects are aggregates (i.e. sets) of physical objects
  4. Ontology: mathematical objects exist objectively, independent of mathematician
  5. mathematical objects are created by contemplating physical object

4 True/False questions

  1. Millian Merelogical Realismmathematical objects do not exist, but mathematics is about all physical objects. Numbers [numerals] refer to "acts of making"


  2. Reductionistic Realismmathematical objects are intuitions of time and space


  3. Anti-Realismmathematical objects do not exist


  4. Subjectivemathematical objects are part of the mental fabric shared by all humans