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There is a triple didactical interest in studying Galileo’s work and life: Galileo discovered and described in a mathematical way the laws of falling bodies, and these laws are an essential part of mathematics education for all and for ever. In addition, Galileo is not only a creative physicist...
This paper draws attention to a tension which exists between what ‚constructivist’ mathematics educators say about the nature of mathematics and their theories concerning the learning of mathematics. Ideas, from the writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, for relieving this tension are presented. The...
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