Metametaphysics and the Sciences 2019
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Abstract: In his Logical Investigations (1900)(1901) and Ideas I ( §10) Husserl conceived mathematics as the source of formal ontology (for a standard view of Husserl's formal ontology, see Smith 1989). In his Formal and Transcendental Logic (1929, Hua XVII, henceforth FTL), 2 Husserl however found the structuralism of mathematical theories insufficient to serve as the ontology for the real world and developed a new conception of formal ontology based on the ontological commitments of logic as opposed to those of math… Show more

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