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Did any philosopher make the claim that mathematics can be as illusory as visual information?

The Greeks postulated that the world we observe may be just an illusion and Kant based some of his philosophy on that very idea. From that idea, came the idea that mathematical truths are more certain than empirical truths, but how can we know that mathematics cannot be an illusion created by the mind or is negatively affected by this illusion?