Feferman Anita Burdman and Feferman Solomon. Alfred Tarski, Life and Logic Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2004, vi + 425 pp.

@article{Maddux2005FefermanAB,
  title={Feferman Anita Burdman and Feferman Solomon. Alfred Tarski, Life and Logic Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2004, vi + 425 pp.},
  author={Roger D. Maddux},
  journal={Bulletin of Symbolic Logic},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={535 - 540}
}
  • R. Maddux
  • Published 1 December 2005
  • Philosophy, Mathematics
  • Bulletin of Symbolic Logic
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