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[embedded content]A History Lecture Focusing on Cantor, Dedekind, Gödel, Turing, etc.Norman Wildberger's next video in the above series is here. This professor, who has some dissenting views, explicitly tells his class that he does not belive in any of what he is teaching here. I wish, in trying to introduce this, he was more clear on the distinction between provability and truth. You do not get much even on lives here, much less on what minor events in the world induced Gödel to leave Vienna for Princeton. Virginie Pérotin on What do we really know about woker co-operatives. Richard Wolff's organization, Democracy at Work, provides an overview. Sebastian Gechert et al. have published Measuring capital-labor substitution: the importance of method choices and publication biases.

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A History Lecture Focusing on Cantor, Dedekind, Gödel, Turing, etc.

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