Bernard Bolzano

Bernard Placidus Johann Nepomuk Bolzano. Known as Bernard Bolzano , he was a Czech mathematician, philosopher and theologian who made significant contributions to both mathematics and the Theory of Science , in some respects constituting an interesting …

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William Hamilton

William Hamilton . Idealistic philosopher and English logician. Conceiving knowledge as an “investigation of the conditions” of the object’s existence, it denied objective truth and adopted an agnostic position; “the absolute”, that is, material reality, according …

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Rudolf carnap

Rudolf Carnap . Philosopher and logician, one of the leaders of neopositivism . He was an active member of the Vienna Circle . He taught philosophy at the Universities of Vienna and Paris . Since 1936 , he has worked in the United States , he is a professor …

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Reuben Louis Goodstein

Reuben Louis Goodstein. Renowned English mathematician. He became interested in mathematical logic , particularly ordinal numbers , recursive arithmetic , mathematical analysis , and mathematical philosophy . He was the first logical mathematician to hold a chair at a British university . During the war he devoted …

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Gottlob Frege

Gottlob Frege . German logician, mathematician and philosopher. In 1879 – 1918 professor at the University of Jena. His works opened a new stage in mathematical logic. Frege carried out, for the first time, the axiomatic structuring of the …

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George boole

George Boole . English logician and mathematician . From 1849 to the end of his life, professor of mathematics at Queen-College, Cork . Boole is responsible for the elaboration of the first system of mathematical logic, later called the algebra of logic . The idea of ​​the analogy …

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