What work (or works) are best for beginning an independent study of the philosophy of mathematics?

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    "Best" is a subjective term... there seems to be some obvious hits using google, have you tried that? Do you have some particular thing your looking for (history of philosophy of mathematics? modern understanding of the philosophy of mathematics? How mathematics relates to other subjects?) Giving more context would be helpful. – James Kingsbery Aug 3 '15 at 18:32
  • Steward Shapiro, "Thinking about Mathematics" (2000) – lodrik Aug 6 '15 at 13:25

Some historical :

Some anthologies, like :

Very useful also the articles in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (with bibliography) starting with Philosophy of Mathematics.

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