Godel's Philosophical Remarks on Logic and Mathematics (Review of Kurt Godel's 'Collected Works')
Tieszen (Richard)
Source: Mind - 107/425 (January 1998)
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    In this critical notice of Volumes I, II and III of Kurt Godel: Collected Works I describe and discuss the development of Godel's philosophical views on logic and mathematics. Special attention is paid to the previously unpublished philosophical papers in Volume III and to the question of whether there are systematic relationships between the views expressed in different papers.

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