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A feature of Frege's philosophy of arithmetic that has elicited a great deal of attention in the recent secondary literature is his contention that numbers are 'self-subsistent' objects. The considerable interest in this thesis among the contemporary philosophy of mathematics community stands in marked contrast to Kreisel's folk-lore observation that the central problem in the philosophy of mathematics is not the existence of mathematical objects, but the objectivity of mathematics. Althoughdoi:10.1111/j.1746-8361.2005.01024.x fatcat:tjgwx72d45ae5muqpntgbxirya