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Gastaldi, Juan Luis
The fact that mathematics constitutes a system of signs can be considered a triviality. To the extent that a specific theory of mathematical signs – irreducible to a theory of mathematical “objects”, “structures”, “concepts” or “practices” – has barely had the occasion to take shape. However, the mechanisms of signs as such can have an intimate connection with the mathematical properties those signs are able to express. After identifying the specific task of a theory of signs in the field of mathematical thought, I will reassess the history and conceptuality of the semiological program – in particular in its structuralist tradition – in order to bring out positive tools of analysis capable of contributing to the development of non-analytical philosophy and history of mathematics. I will close my presentation with some incipient results on the formal implementation of some of those semiological insights Show more
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