October 6, 1918|
Waldenburg, German Empire
|Died||April 11, 1974
New Haven, Connecticut
|Institutions||University of California, Los Angeles, Yale University, University of Toronto|
|Alma mater||Hebrew University, University of London|
|Doctoral advisor||Paul Dienes|
|Doctoral students||Azriel LÃ©vy
A. H. Lightstone
Carol S. Wood
|Known for||Non-standard analysis|
|Influences||Gottfried Leibniz, Abraham Fraenkel|
As far as I know, only a small minority of mathematicians, even of those with Platonist views, accept the idea that there may be mathematical facts which are true but unknowable.
We conclude that, simultaneously with the organization of the colleges, there should be at Santa Cruz an organization by disciplines, whose units would have a voice in appointments and promotions, in course of programs, and in the allocation of funds for research.
The Committee supports the idea that there should be, within the University of California, a campus which puts particular emphasis on the education of undergraduates within the framework of a College system.