Hersh is important, and sympathises with Lakoff/Nunez and Lakatos.
This very humorous paper gives imagined dialogues between a mathematician and various outsiders to criticise the lack of interest in outside engagement.
Mathematicians know that they are studying an objective reality. To an outsider, they seem to b e engaged in an esoteric communion with themselves and a small clique of friends. How could we as mathematicians prove to a skeptical outsider that our theorems have meaning in the world outside our own fraternity?