Prove—once more and again

Philosophia Mathematica 5 (2):153-165 (1997)
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Abstract

There are two distinct meanings to ‘mathematical proof’. The connection between them is an unsolved problem. The first step in attacking it is noticing that it is an unsolved problem.

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