Intuitionalist


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In`tu`i´tion`al`ist


n.1.One who holds the doctrine of intuitionalism.
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Although McCloskey argues against the intuitionalist and neoinstitutionalist perspective in a broad sense, she fails to directly engage Dutch historians of this tradition.
She focuses on sequent calculi for various non-classical logics, from intuitionalist logic to relevance logic through linear and model logics.
According to Popper, "for the intuitionalist, mathematical objects existed in the human mind; while for the formalist, they existed 'on paper'".