Abraham RobinsonPapers 1901, 1926-1976 and undated

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Abraham Robinson Papers 86-26., 1901, 1926-1976 and undated

Abraham RobinsonPapers 1901, 1926-1976 and undated

The Abraham RobinsonPapers consist of photocopies, reprints, manuscripts, mimeographed drafts,monographs, reports, theses, dissertations, and periodicals. Topics coveredinclude symbolic and mathematical logic, algebra, non-standard analysis, modeltheory, philosophy of mathematics, and applied mathematics.

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Robinson, Abraham

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Abraham Robinson was born in Germany in 1918. He was studying at the Sorbonne in 1940 when he (a Jew) went to England to escape Hitler's encroachment on France. While in England, he joined the Free French Air Force, but was sent to the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough so that his mathematical skills could be put to use for the war effort. After the war, he earned a Master of Science from Hebrew University in 1946 and a Ph. D. at the University of London in 1949. He taught...

Robinson, Abraham, 1918-1974

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Abraham Robinson was born in Germany in 1918. He was studying at the Sorbonne in 1940 when he (a Jew) went to England to escape Hitler's encroachment in France. While in England Robinson joined the Free French Air Force, but was sent to the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough so that his mathematical skills could be put to use for the war effort. After the war he earned an M.S. from Hebrew University (1946) and a Ph. D. at the University of London (1949). He taught different subjects at ...

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University of London.

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The University of London was established in 1836 out of the principle of a more inclusive approach to education, free from religious tests and more affordable. With its power to grant degrees the University worked generally in close alliance with University College and King's College London as well as numerous other colleges around Britain. In terms of degrees awarded, the University was the first in England to introduce a Bachelor of Science, tending away from the more ...