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the logical analysis of mathematical reasoning

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Meta-mathematics is an aspect of mathematical logic; it is not concerned with the symbolism and operations of arithmetic primarily, but with the interpretation of these signs and rules (Boyer, 1968).
With others he invented meta-mathematics as the study of properties of formal systems themselves (e.g.
His topics include the basic classical notions, structure theory for pointclasses, the playful universe, the recursion theorem, and meta-mathematics.
Both micro- and macro-physics (and meta-mathematics) get close with questions about the elusive nature of atoms, or the singularity of the Big Bang, or the peculiar functions of some numbers.
Tarski [1956]: Logic, Semantics, Meta-mathematics, Oxford, Clarendon Press (2nd edition [1983], Indianapolis, Hackett).