Hey guys, I have been thinking about the problem of mathematical truths. We simply do not know if the things that mathematics deals with really exist or not, yet people still believe that its statements are true and indubitable. Unfortunately, the only truly well-respected theory of truth in the sciences requires some notion of sentences "corresponding" to the real world. If it turns out that mathematical "objects" don't exist then what can we say about mathematical truths. In short, how can we say true things about stuff that does not exist?