The Epistemological and Axiological Measures of the Concept Number and the Early Stage of its Genesis
Keywords:number, consept, foleogenetic evolution, counting, epistemological
This paper examines the problem of origin of number in epistemological and axiological aspects with the regard of phileogenesis. The core idea behind the approach is that the number preceded the language and that the number notations are anterior to writing systems. It is probable that different theories of origin of number are correlated with the number genesis.
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