Robert Goldblatt

__notoc__ Robert Ian Goldblatt (born 1949) is a mathematical logician who is Emeritus Professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand. His most popular books are ''Logics of Time and Computation'' and ''Topoi: the Categorial Analysis of Logic''. He has also written a graduate level textbook on hyperreal numbers which is an introduction to nonstandard analysis.

He has been Coordinating Editor of The ''Journal of Symbolic Logic'' and a Managing Editor of ''Studia Logica''. He was elected Fellow and Councillor of the Royal Society of New Zealand, President of the New Zealand Mathematical Society, and represented New Zealand to the International Mathematical Union. In 2012 he was awarded the [https://royalsociety.org.nz/what-we-do/medals-and-awards/jones-medal/ Jones Medal] for lifetime achievement in mathematics. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Goldblatt, Robert
Published 1987
Springer New York

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by Goldblatt, Robert
Published 2011
Cambridge University Press

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by Goldblatt, Robert
Published 1998
Springer New York