Georg Kreisel — partial bibliography

Clearing out an old box, I’ve come across a crumpled xerox of a bibliography of some two hundred papers and other pieces by Georg Kreisel, covering up to the early 1990s.

I believe this biblio was passed on to me by Dan Isaacson, though I cannot recall where he got it from. A quick internet search suggests that it isn’t readily available online. But it might well still be of interest to some, so I have scanned it and made it searchable, and here it is.

(Do let me know if there is a more complete biblio anywhere. I’ve always wondered what Kreisel’s reputation would now be had he had the expository facility — or at any rate, the desire to be understood — of e.g. a Putnam or a Feferman.)

2 thoughts on “Georg Kreisel — partial bibliography”

  1. Re item 57: Kreisel, G. Intuitionistic Mathematics. Lecture delivered at Stanford University, 1962?, 270 pp . [Mimeographed].

    I ran across a copy of what I think are these lecture notes, from the estate of someone who worked at Stanford in the 1960s and 1970s. I would be happy to give them to anyone who collects such things; I made a PDF also. (My email address is firstname at lastname dot org.)

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