Kurt Gödel: Collected Works: Volume III

Kurt Gödel: Collected Works: Volume III

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qAnyone interested in the life and work of Kurt GApdel, or in the history of mathematical logic in this century, is indebted to all of the contributors to this volume for the care with which they have presented GApdel's work. They have succeeded in using their own expertise to elucidate both the nature and significance of what GApdel and, in turn, mathematical logic have accomplished.q --Isis (on volume I). The third volume brings togetherGApdels unpublished essays and lectures.Unpublished Essays and Lectures Kurt GApdel, Solomon Feferman. of aquot; consequence owing to number theory and the calculus of propositions and quantifiersaquot; , and similarly a aquot;number-theoretical contentaquot; of analytic sentences ... However he maintains that the philosophical question about the objective existence of mathematical objects does not refer to this ... An answer to this question is asserted to have no aquot;cognitive contentaquot;, i.e., the question is considered to be meaningless, whileanbsp;...

Title:Kurt Gödel: Collected Works: Volume III
Author: Kurt Gödel, Solomon Feferman
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 1995-05-25

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