Cheryl A. Dawson

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David Hilbert opened 'Axiomatic Thought' [15] with the observation that 'the most important bearers of mathematical thought,' for 'the benefit of mathematics itself have always [.. . ] cultivated the relations to the domains of physics and the [philosophical] theory of knowledge.' We have in L.E.J. Brouwer 3 and Kurt Gödel 4 two of those 'most important(More)
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