The philosophy of mathematics is experiencing a profound renewal of its interests and methods. Mathematics, for its part, is experiencing a development of a scope rarely equaled, but whose philosophical analysis is difficult and rarely undertaken.
These observations, as well as a lack of journals dedicated to the philosophy of mathematics, led us to think that enriching the editorial offer was necessary, in a spirit of openness to all approaches, whether they are classical and established, or in training. In a spirit of openness also to mathematicians and to mathematics in the making. In a spirit of openness to theoretical risk-taking.
The Annals of Mathematics and Philosophy thus have the ambition to be both a leading academic journal in its field, and an open access journal, regularly read by all philosophers and mathematicians interested in the movements and issues of mathematical thought.