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GÖDEL ON MANY-VALUED LOGIC

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 February 2021

TIM LETHEN
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DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI FI-00014 HELSINKI, FINLAND E-mail: tim.lethen@gmx.de
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Abstract

This paper collects and presents unpublished notes of Kurt Gödel concerning the field of many-valued logic. In order to get a picture as complete as possible, both formal and philosophical notes, transcribed from the Gabelsberger shorthand system, are included.

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