The Axiomatic Method
by L. Henkin, P. Suppes, A. Tarski
Publisher: North Holland Publishing Company 1959
Number of pages: 508
The thirty-three papers in this volume constitute the proceedings of an international symposium on The axiomatic method, with special reference to geometry and physics. The volume naturally divides into three parts. Part I consists of fourteen papers on the foundations of geometry, Part II of fourteen papers on the foundations of physics, and Part III of five papers on general problems and applications of the axiomatic method.
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