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Build math from scratch

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It builds more advanced concepts from axioms in a stylized way.  It's doing the same stuff as before in a consistent approach.
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you might be looking for logical positivism but idk much about it.
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Nicolas Bourbaki, a french collective of Math professors, did this in 1934 onwards. They build Math from simple concepts.
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Not an answer to your question, but this sounds really cool - could you share what you've been reading on meta math?

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