Badiou's materialist epistemology of mathematics

Angelaki 10 (2):135 – 150 (2005)
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Abstract

One establishes oneself within science from the start. One does not reconstitute it from scratch. One does not found it. Alain Badiou, Le Concept de modèle1 [T]here are no crises within science, nor can there be, for science is the pure affirmation of difference. Alain Badiou, "Marque et manque" 2.

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Ray Brassier
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