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Phenomenology, Logic, and the Philosophy of Mathematics
Part I. Reason, Science, and Mathematics: 1. Science as a triumph of the human spirit and science in crisis: Husserl and the Fortunes of Reason 2. Mathematics and transcendental phenomenology PartExpand
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Brouwer and Weyl: The Phenomenology and Mathematics of the Intuitive Continuumt
ed from its qualitative aspects. It is useful to think of the views of Weyl and Brouwer in connection with the phenomenology of the consciousness of internal time because Husserl probably investedExpand
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Physiological Plant Ecology IV
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Kurt Godel and Phenomenology
Godel began to seriously study Husserl's phenomenology in 1959, and the Godel Nachlass is known to contain many notes on Husserl. In this paper I describe what is presently known about Godel'sExpand
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Mathematical Intuition: Phenomenology and Mathematical Knowledge
1. The Concept of Intuition in Mathematics.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Knowledge, Evidence, and Intuition.- 3. Intuition "of" and Intuition "that".- 4. Some Recent Views of Mathematical Intuition.- 5.Expand
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After Godel: Platonism and Rationalism in Mathematics and Logic
Preface 1. Setting the Stage 2. Consistency, and the Ascent to Platonic Rationalism 3. Godel's Path From Hilbert and Carnap to Husserl 4. A New Kind of Platonism 5. Consciousness, Reason, andExpand
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G\"odel's path from the incompleteness theorems (1931) to phenomenology (1961)
  • R. Tieszen
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Bull. Symb. Log.
  • 1 June 1998
In a lecture manuscript written around 1961 (Gödel *1961/?), Gödel describes a philosophical path from the incompleteness theorems toHusserl’s phenomenology. In this paper I present and discuss the kinds of arguments that led Gödel to the work of Husserl. Expand
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