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Collected works. / Volume III, Unpublished essays and lectures

Author: Kurt Gödel; Solomon Feferman; Association for symbolic logic.; et al
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University press, 1995.
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This third of logician Godel's work volume features a wide selection of unpublished articles and lecture texts found in Godel's "Nachlass", documents that enlarge considerably our appreciation of his  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kurt Gödel; Solomon Feferman; Association for symbolic logic.; et al
ISBN: 0195072553 9780195072556 0195147227 9780195147223
OCLC Number: 491175455
Notes: Chaque article ou groupe d'articles est précédé d'une note introductive.
Autre(s) tirage(s) : 2001 (volume broché).
Contient des addenda et corrigenda des vol. I et II
Description: 1 vol. (XVII-532 p.- [1] f. de front.) : ill., portr. ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. The Nachlass of Kurt Godel: an overview ; 2. Godel's Gabelsberger shorthand ; 3. Godel *1930c: Introductory note to *1930c ; 4. Lecture on completeness of the functional calculus ; 5. Godel *1931?: Introductory note to *1931? ; 6. On undecidable sentences ; 7. Godel *1933c: Introductory note to *1933c ; 8. The present situation in the foundations of mathematics ; 9. Godel *1933?: Introductory note to *1933? ; 10. Simplified proof of a theorem of Steinitz ; 11. Godel *1938a: Introductory note to *1938a ; 12. Lecture at Zilsel's ; 13. Godel *1939b: Introductory note to *1939b and *1940a ; 14. Lecture at Gottingen ; 15. Godel *193?: Introductory note to *193? ; 16. Undecidable diophantine propositions ; 17. Godel *1940a ; 18. Lecture on the consistency of the continuum hypothesis ; 19. Godel *1941: Introductory note to *1941 ; 20. In what sense is intuitionistic logic constructive? ; 21. Godel *1946/9: Introductory note to *1946/9 ; 22. Some observations about the relationship between theory of relativity and Kantian philosophy ; 23. Godel *1949b: Introductory note to *1949b ; 24. Lecture on rotating universes ; 25. Godel *1951: Introductory note to *1951 ; 26. Some basic theorems on the foundations of mathematics and their implications ; 27. Godel *1953/9: Introductory note to *1953/9 ; 28. Is mathematics syntax of language? Version III ; 29. Is mathematics syntax of language? Version V ; 30. Godel *1961/?: Introductory note to *1961/? ; 31. The modern development of the foundations of mathematics in the light of philosophy ; 32. Godel *1970: Introductory note to *1970 ; 32. Ontological proof ; 33. Godel *1970a: Introductory note to *1970a, *1970b and *1970c ; 34. Some considerations leading to the probable conclusion that the true power of the continuum is N[2 ; 35. Godel *1970b ; 36. A proof of Cantor's continuum hypothesis from a highly plausible axiom about orders of growth ; 37. Godel *1970c ; 38. Unsent letter to Alfred Tarski ; Appendix A: Excerpt from *1946/9-A ; Appendix B: Texts relating to the ontological proof
Responsibility: Kurt Gödel ; edited by Solomon Feferman (editor-in-chief), John W. Dawson Jr., Warren Goldfarb... [et al.] ; prepared under the auspices of the Association for symbolic logic.
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