Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Intuitionism: An Introduction

Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1956. First edition. Softcover. Octavo. viii,132,[1]pp. Printed stiff wraps in original matching dust jacket. "One of the aims of the book is to enable working mathematicians to decide which of their results can be proved intuitionistically. Intuitionism can only flourish if mathematicians, working in different fields, become actively interested in it and make contributions to it. In order to build up a definite branch of instuitionistic mathematics, it is necessary in the first place to have a thorough knowledge of the corresponding branch of classical mathematics and in the second place to know by experience where the intuitionistic pitfalls lie. The author aims at teaching the latter within the scope of this book." Very minor staining and scuffing on dj. Tight copy with dust jacket in very good, book in near fine to fine condition. Part of the series "Studies in Logic and the Foundations of Mathematics." vg. Item #29056

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