You are here

The Adventure of Reason

Paolo Mancosu
Publisher: 
Oxford University Press
Publication Date: 
2014
Number of Pages: 
618
Format: 
Paperback
Price: 
65.00
ISBN: 
9780198701514
Category: 
Monograph
There is no review yet. Please check back later.

Preface
Part 1: History of Logic
1. The Development of Mathematical Logic from Russell to Tarski, 1900-1935
Oart 2: Foundations of Mathematics
2. Hilbert and Bernays on Metamathematics
3. Between Russell and Hilbert: Behmann on the foundations of mathematics
4. The Russellian influence on Hilbert and his school
5. On the constructivity of proofs
6. Wittgenstein's constructivization of Euler's proof of the infinitude of primes
7. Between Vienna and Berlin: The immediate reception of Godel's incompleteness theorems
8. Essay Review of Godel's Collected Works (volumes IV and V)
Part 3: Phenomenology and Mathematics
9. Hermann Weyl: Predicativity and an intuitionistic excursion
10. Mathematics and Phenomenology: the correspondence between O. Becker and H. Weyl
11. Geometry, Physics and Phenomenology: Four letters of O. Becker to H. Weyl
12. Das Abenteuer der Vernunft: O. Becker and D. Mahnke on the phenomenological foundation of the exact sciences
Part 4: Nominalism
13. Harvard 1940-1941: Tarski, Carnap and Quine on a finitist language of mathematics for science
14. Quine and Tarski on nominalism
Part 5: The emergence of semantics: truth and logical consequence
15. Neurath and Kokoszynska on the semantic conception of truth
16. Tarski on models and logical consequence
17. Tarski on Categoricity and Completeness: an unpublished lecture from 1940
18. Archival Appendix. "On the completeness and categoricity of deductive theories" (1940), By Alfred Tarski.
Bibliography

Dummy View - NOT TO BE DELETED