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Vertical bar The vertical bar () is a character with various uses in mathematics, computing, and typography. It may be called by various other names including the pipe (by the Information Technology community...  Lewis Caroll: Logician  Professor Tony Mann A short mindbending trip through the wonderful world of Mathematical Paradoxes. This short video discusses the work of Lewis Caroll, who is most famous for his work on Alice in Wonderland,...  Kant's Logic & The Implications for Mathematics Michiel van Lambalgen (Amsterdam) and Dora Achourioti (Amsterdam) give a talk at MCMP on the completeness of Kant's Table of Judgements and its consequences for the philosophy of mathematics.  Metaphors, mathematics & the imagination  Roger Antonsen  TEDxOslo Mathematics is about finding patterns, representing patterns, making assumptions, and changing perspectives. In this talk, Roger Antonsen, highlights the importance of these aspects of mathematics...  The Limits of Understanding This statement is false. Think about it, and it makes your head hurt. If it's true, it's false. If it's false, it's true. In 1931, Austrian logician Kurt Gödel shocked the worlds of...  28/42 Kurt Gödel: Modern Dev. of the Foundations Of Mathematics In Light Of Philosophy (w/music) A great Book on Kurt Gödel: ...  Gödel's Lasting Legacy Austrian logician Kurt Gödel's incompleteness theorems showed us the limitations of mathematics within mathematics. While math is still useful for proving scientific theorems, Gödel transformed...  Godel: Key Thinkers at the University of Sydney KURT GÖDEL AND THE LIMITS OF MATHEMATICS  Professor Mark Colyvan, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science Kurt Gödel was one of the ...  Eric Pacuit. Social Choice Theory for Logicians. Lecture 1. NASSLLI 2012 University of Texas at Austin.  Drinker paradox The drinker paradox (also known as drinker's principle or (the) drinking principle) is a theorem of classical predicate logic, usually stated in natural language as: There is someone in the... 
Newsweek 
Newsweek
Sat, 13 Dec 2014 09:15:00 0800
In the 1930s only a very small club of mathematical logicians could appreciate Turing's ideas. But amongst these, only Turing himself had the practical urge as well, capable of turning his hand from the 1936 purity of definition to the software ...
 
Quanta Magazine
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 21:07:30 0700
One might be brazen enough to say that 'mathematics' and 'computer science', as cultures, deserve no credit at all for any type theoretic developments, but only discredit. People like Curry and Howard were outliers even among 'mathematical logicians ...
 Salon 
Salon
Sun, 16 Mar 2014 11:03:56 0700
The adoption of game theory at this time indicates a moment of transition: one in which the physicists and mathematical logicians at RAND are no longer obliged simply to predict the random motion of subatomic particles but to contemplate how their ...
 
Washington Post
Fri, 22 Jun 2012 09:56:12 0700
All that kept Turing's memory alive during those dark years was the dedication of his admirers, an unlikely coalition of mathematical logicians, gay rights advocates and gay rights advocates who were also mathematical logicians. Finally, in 2009, then ...
 
Wired News
Fri, 17 Feb 2012 13:04:15 0800
These were young kids who had just come through World War II, who could repair the electronics on airplanes and get them flying the same day, and von Neumann put them together with mathematical logicians who could imagine a universe created entirely ...
 
Stanford Report
Wed, 28 Mar 2007 13:21:35 0700
Calling Cohen "one of the most brilliant of mathematical logicians," Johnson said: "His work has greatly influenced the foundation and development of mathematics." In 1972, Cohen became the first holder of the Marjorie Mhoon Fair Professorship in ...
 
Appalachian State University
Thu, 14 Apr 2011 12:26:22 0700
“For over 25 years, mathematical logicians have been trying to find the smallest set of axioms that can prove Hindman's Theorem,” Hirst said. Hirst's work will contribute to the program of reverse mathematics by proving new reverse mathematics results ...

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