I know some philosophers think numbers exist, and some others think the opposite

I know some philosophers think numbers exist, and some others think the opposite

I know some philosophers think numbers exist, and some others think the opposite. Do some of you think that this question is or may be "undecidable"? I mean, perhaps both the idea that numbers exist and the idea that numbers don't exist are consistent with all other things that we believe (do not contradict any one of them). Do you think this might be right?

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