Author G. Stolzenberg

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Stolzenberg G. (1978) Can an inquiry into the foundations of mathematics tell us anything interesting about mind. In: Miller G. A. & Lenneberg E. (eds.) Psychology and biology of language and thought: Essays in honour of Eric Lenneberg. Academic Press, New York: 221–269.
Stolzenberg G. (1984) Can an inquiry into the foundations of mathematics tell us anything interesting about mind. In: Watzlawick P. (ed.) The invented reality: How do we know what we believe we know. W. W. Norton, New York: 257–308.
Stolzenberg G. (1984) Can inquiry into the foundations of mathematics tell us anything interesting about mind. In: Watzlawick P. (ed.) The invented reality: How do we know what we believe we know. Norton, New York: 257–309.
Stolzenberg G. (2008) Review essay: A very bad argument: Paul Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge: Against Relativism and Constructivism. Social Studies of Science 38(6): 951–957. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/4892
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