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Grundlagen der Mathematik

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Grundlagen der Mathematik

Grundlagen der Mathematik (English: Foundations of Mathematics) is a two-volume work by David Hilbert and Paul Bernays. Originally published in 1934 and 1939, it presents fundamental mathematical ideas and introduced second-order arithmetic.

Contents

  • Publication history 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Publication history

  • 1934/1939 (Vol. I, II) First German edition, Springer
  • 1944 Reprint of first edition by J. W. Edwards, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • 1968/1970 (Vol. I, II) Second revised German edition, Springer
  • 1979/1982 (Vol. I, II) Russian translation of 1968/1970, Nauka Publ., Moscow
  • 2001/2003 (Vol. I, II) French translation, L’Harmattan, Paris
  • 2011/2013 (Parts A and B of Vol. I, prefaces and sections 1-5) English translation of 1968 and 1934, bilingual with German facsimile on the left-hand sides.
  • The Hilbert Bernays Project is producing an English translation.

See also

References

External links

  • Hilbert Bernays Project which aims to produce an English translation of Grundlagen der Mathematik.
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