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 Paul Lorenzen - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Paul Lorenzen (1915-1994), German philosopher, mathematician, and logician. His major works include Einführung in die formale Logik (1955), Formale Logik (1967), and Konstruktive Wissenschaftstheorie (1969). His fields of specialization were mathematics, logic, philosophy of science, and philosophy of mathematics.

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Author Item    More authors for concept
Lorenzen, Paul Basic Concepts   Basic Concepts
Lorenzen, Paul Calculus   Calculus
Lorenzen, Paul Church-Turing Thesis   Church-Turing Thesis
Lorenzen, Paul Completeness   Completeness
Lorenzen, Paul Decidability   Decidability
Lorenzen, Paul Derivability   Derivability
Lorenzen, Paul Dialogical Logic   Dialogical Logic
Lorenzen, Paul Excluded Middle   Excluded Middle
Lorenzen, Paul Implication   Implication
Lorenzen, Paul Impredicativeness   Impredicativeness
Lorenzen, Paul Infinity   Infinity
Lorenzen, Paul Intuitionism   Intuitionism
Lorenzen, Paul Knowledge   Knowledge
Lorenzen, Paul Logic   Logic
Lorenzen, Paul Logical Constants   Logical Constants
Lorenzen, Paul Mathematics   Mathematics
Lorenzen, Paul Meaning Postulates   Meaning Postulates
Lorenzen, Paul Modalities   Modalities
Lorenzen, Paul Negation   Negation
Lorenzen, Paul Nominalism   Nominalism
Lorenzen, Paul Proofs   Proofs
Lorenzen, Paul Quantifiers   Quantifiers
Lorenzen, Paul Set Theory   Set Theory
Lorenzen, Paul Truth   Truth
Lorenzen, Paul Validity   Validity

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-05-28