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Systems of predicative analysis1

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 March 2014

Solomon Feferman*
Affiliation:
Stanford University

Extract

This paper is divided into two parts. Part I provides a resumé of the evolution of the notion of predicativity. Part II describes our own work on the subject.

Part I

§1. Conceptions of sets. Statements about sets lie at the heart of most modern attempts to systematize all (or, at least, all known) mathematics. Technical and philosophical discussions concerning such systematizations and the underlying conceptions have thus occupied a considerable portion of the literature on the foundations of mathematics.

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Copyright © Association for Symbolic Logic 1964

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Footnotes

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Text of an invited address delivered to a meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic at Berkeley, California, on January 26, 1963.

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