Reading Lautman can help us enrich our picture of the development of the field and take into consideration an option quite different from the received view. (Notre Dame Philosophical Review)
In addition to the passionate rejection of mathematics-to-logic and physics-to-mathematics reductionism, the book has many other interesting ideas, many of which are worth developing. I would like to strongly recommend this book to mathematicians interested in philosophy of mathematics... (V. Ya. Kreinovich Mathematical Reviews
The first English collection of the work of Albert Lautman, a major figure in philosophy of mathematics and a key influence on Badiou and Deleuze.