Definition of Godel
1. Noun. United States mathematician (born in Austria) who is remembered principally for demonstrating the limitations of axiomatic systems (1906-1978).
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Literary usage of Godel
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Godel made the remarkable discovery that the ash of almost all coals is self-adhering ... Godel exploits this discovery to burn a wide range of coals in his ..."
2. The Concept of Model: An Introduction to the Materialist Epistemology of by Alain Badiou (2007)
"On the one hand, with Godel, we have a sort of classical Platonism or, as it were, ... Godel himself struggled against the American trend of empiricism and ..."
3. Rolls of the Assizes Held in the Channel Islands in the Second Year of the by Channel Islands Courts, Gervaise Le Gros, Channel Islands (1903)
"... Ralph Galien, William le Petit, Guillot le Breton, Peter Piket, William Columb, Robert le Bas, Ralph Ler, Philip Pugnet, Philip le Gentil, Philip Godel, ..."