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What is the best way to get started with the philosophy of mathematics? Given that I know (from university) the basics that are discussed (Set theory, Russell's paradox, Axiom of Choice, ...) and that I am an avid "not really mathematical" philosophy what is the optimal strategy to start??
Should I start with the History of mathematics and then gradually switch to philosophy? Are there any must-read books on the subject for the beginner? What should one know (crucial mathematical or philosophical ideas/theories) before starting?
Also, it seems that almost all of the subject is written in english, and while i can fluently read/understand/translate written english, it is not my first language. Do you know of any reference in Spanish??
Thanks in advance