it's the Science vs. Ideology show

Mon Nov 1 07:51:36 PST 1999

>does anyone know: when did mathematics and philosophy split, btw?

My guess would be that this was "very, very recently, if at all", in that Bertrand Russell certainly thought that Wittgenstein was doing the same sort of thing in /Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus/ and subsequent writings that he and Whitehead were doing in /Principia Mathematica/





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