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1. Platonism. Mathematical Platonism is the view that mathematical objects exist. Traditional Platonists believe that a world with no mathematical objects is consistent; subtle Platonists believe that such a world would be inconsistent.
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Rayo, Agustin. "Neo-Fregeanism Reconsidered."
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