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Author ID: friedman.joel-i Recent zbMATH articles by "Friedman, Joel I."
Published as: Friedman, Joel I.; Friedman, Joel; Friedman, J. I.

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6 Publications have been cited 12 times in 6 Documents Cited by Year
Automation of reasoning. 1: Classical papers on computational logic 1957–1966. Zbl 0567.03001
5
1983
Modal Platonism: an easy way to avoid ontologial commitment to abstract entities. Zbl 1080.03001
Friedman, Joel I.
2
2005
Some set-theoretical partition theorems suggested by the structure of Spinoza’s God. Zbl 0322.02057
Friedman, Joel
2
1974
Proper classes as members of extended sets. Zbl 0174.01703
Friedman, J. I.
1
1969
The generalized continuum hypothesis is equivalent to the generalized maximation principle. Zbl 0215.04902
Friedman, Joel I.
1
1971
The universal class has a Spinozistic partitioning. Zbl 0355.02045
Friedman, Joel
1
1976
Modal Platonism: an easy way to avoid ontologial commitment to abstract entities. Zbl 1080.03001
Friedman, Joel I.
2
2005
Automation of reasoning. 1: Classical papers on computational logic 1957–1966. Zbl 0567.03001
5
1983
The universal class has a Spinozistic partitioning. Zbl 0355.02045
Friedman, Joel
1
1976
Some set-theoretical partition theorems suggested by the structure of Spinoza’s God. Zbl 0322.02057
Friedman, Joel
2
1974
The generalized continuum hypothesis is equivalent to the generalized maximation principle. Zbl 0215.04902
Friedman, Joel I.
1
1971
Proper classes as members of extended sets. Zbl 0174.01703
Friedman, J. I.
1
1969

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