Edward Nelson

Edward Nelson (May 4, 1932 – September 10, 2014) was a professor in the Mathematics Department at Princeton University. He was known for his work on mathematical physics and mathematical logic. In mathematical logic, he was noted especially for his internal set theory, and views on ultrafinitism and the consistency of arithmetic. In philosophy of mathematics he advocated the view of formalism rather than platonism or intuitionism. He also wrote on the relationship between religion and mathematics. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Nelson, Edward
Published 2016
Princeton University Press

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by Diaconis, Persi, Elworthy, David, Föllmer, Hans, Nelson, Edward
Published 1988
Springer Berlin Heidelberg