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Leitgeb, Hannes (2013): Scientific Philosophy, Mathematical Philosophy, and All That. In: Metaphilosophy, Vol. 44, No. 3: pp. 267-275
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This article suggests that scientific philosophy, especially mathematical philosophy, might be one important way of doing philosophy in the future. Along the way, the article distinguishes between different types of scientific philosophy; it mentions some of the scientific methods that can serve philosophers; it aims to undermine some worries about mathematical philosophy; and it tries to make clear why in certain cases the application of mathematical methods is necessary for philosophical progress.