More Weyl, all Mancosu's translation, all in his fierce days advocating Brouwer's mathematics:
Weyl (1921) On the New Foundational Crisis of Mathematics,
It must have the effect of a deliverance from a nightmare for whoever has maintained any sense for intuitively given facts in the abstract formalism of mathematics.
Weyl (1925) The current epistemological situation in mathematics:
At set theory's outermost borders, blurred in fog, crevices (i.e., flagrant contradictions) soon appeared.
and ibid, of the intuitionistic conception of the continuum:
The ice cover was burst into floes, and now the element of flux was soon altogether master over the solid.
Though these were published in mathematical journals, there they are maybe not what the question was after, since they are not part of normal mathematical exposition.