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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
That foundational systems like first-order logic or set theory can be used to construct large parts of existing mathematics and formal reasoning is one of the deep mathematical insights. Unfortunately it has been used in the field of automated theorem proving as an argument to disregard the need for a diverse variety of representations. While design issues play a major rôle in the formation of mathematical concepts, the theorem proving community has largely neglected them. In this paper wedoi:10.1007/3-540-36187-1_65 fatcat:6eayoplgzzdvbaei2yn2fye6re