Talking with Children, Piaget Style
In one of the passages of his Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics (148–149), Wittgenstein asks us to make the following thought experiment: Imagine a society whose merchants “piled timber in heaps of arbitrary, varying heights and then sold it at a price proportionate to the area covered by the piles.”
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