Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy 
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User Review  Zach Augustine  Goodreads"For the moment, I do not know how to define "tautology"....It would be easy to offer a definition which might seem satisfactory for a while; but I know of none that I feel to be satisfactory, in ... Read full review
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Contents
THE SERIES OF NATURAL NUMBERS  1 
DEFINITION OF NUMBER  11 
FINITUDE AND MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION  20 
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