Kurt (1906–1978) and his wife Adele (1899–1981) are buried together in Princeton’s famous cemetery, about 20 yards from John von Neumann, the first person to recognize the significance of Gödel’s work.
As von Neumann described KG’s famous incompleteness theorems (1930/31): “Kurt Gödel’s achievement in modern logic is singular and monumental — indeed it is more than a monument, it is a landmark which will remain visible far in space and…
This is a story of arguments and arguants; reason, reasoning, and reasoners.
In this metaphysical adventure we find a philosophical through-line from antiquity to modernity, and become excited because tomorrow is ours to make beautiful.
But these are just my ideas.
It is for you to yourself to decide what you think here is true.
Note to the reader: Here is a summary version. I’d check out that 1st because some of these hand drawn images are lousy. …
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