Author J. P. Van Bendegem
Jean Paul Van Bendegem is professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and guest professor at Ghent University. He specializes in logic and philosophy of mathematics. He is also director of the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science and editor-in-chief of the logic journal Logique et Analyse

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Van Bendegem J. P. (2008) ‘What-if’ stories in mathematics: An alternative route to complex numbers. In: Danblon E., Kissine M., Martin F., Michaux C. & Vogeleer S. (eds.) Linguista sum. Mélanges offerts à Marc Dominicy à l’occasion de son soixantième anniversaire. Harmattan, Paris: 391–402.
Van Bendegem J. P. (2012) A Defense of Strict Finitism. Constructivist Foundations 7(2): 141–149. Fulltext at
Van Bendegem J. P. (2014) Do We also Need Second-order Mathematics? Constructivist Foundations 10(1): 34–35. Fulltext at
Van Bendegem J. P. (2015) Why I Am a Constructivist Atheist (in a Meaningful Way). Constructivist Foundations 11(1): 138–140. Fulltext at
Van Bendegem J. P. (2017) Laws of Form and Paraconsistent Logic. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 21–22. Fulltext at
Van Bendegem J. P. (2017) The Tricky Transition from Discrete to Continuous. Constructivist Foundations 12(3): 0–0. Fulltext at
Van Bendegem J. P. & Van Kerkhove B. (2009) Mathematical arguments in context. Foundations of Science 14(1/2): 45–57. Fulltext at
Van Kerkhove B. & Van Bendegem J. P. (2008) Pi on earth, or mathematics in the real world. Erkenntnis 68(3): 421–435.
Van Kerkhove B. & Van Bendegem J. P. (2012) The Many Faces of Mathematical Constructivism. Constructivist Foundations 7(2): 97–103. Fulltext at
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