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Peano's axioms

(pɪˈɑːnəʊz)
pl n
(Mathematics) a set of axioms that yield the arithmetic of the natural numbers
[named after Giuseppe Peano (1858–1932), Italian mathematician]
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Chalmers is not moved by these cases, noting that: "the fact that a statement is not provable from the Peano axioms does not entail that it is not knowable a priori" (261.
Peano axioms are true in standard and non-standard model of arithmetic.
The authors cover objectivism and realism in Frege's philosophy, the Peano axioms, existence, number, realism, arithmetic and necessity and arithmetic and rules, and their three thesis in support of a non-realistic philosophy of mathematics.