Bookshelf

Ok, by popular demand, here’s a list of the books in the new banner image:

Ramsey, The Foundations of Mathematics
Hilbert and Bernays, Grundlagen der Mathematik I & II (2nd ed)
Carnap, Logical Syntax of Language
Kneale and Kneale, The Development of Logic
Tarski, Einführung in die mathematische Logik
Russell, Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy
Russell, Logic and Knowledge
Boolos, Logic, Logic, and Logic
Peano, Selected Works
Frege, The Basic Laws of Arithmetic
Gödel, Collected Works I
Dummett, Elements of Intuitionism
van Heijenoort, From Frege to Gödel
Whitehead and Russell, Principia Mathematica I
Feferman, In the Light of Logic
Shoenfield, Mathematical Logic
Kleene, Introduction to Metamathematics
Girard, Proofs and Types
Fraenkel, Einleitung in die Mengenlehre, 2nd ed.
Hilbert and Ackermann, Einführung in die theoretische Logik (1st ed)
Lewis, Parts of Classes
Mancosu, From Brouwer to Hilbert
Gentzen, Collected Papers
Wittgenstein, Tractatus
Herbrand, Logical Writings
Quine, The Ways of Paradox

Selection and order was dictated in part by the color of the spine, so you shouldn’t really draw any conclusions from the fact that some books/authors are included and others aren’t. And just in case you were wondering, I do have the other volumes of Gödel’s works and PM.

5 thoughts on “Bookshelf

  1. How funny…I was wondering what order you used to place the books and if you had the other Godel volumes and was going to ask…but then I read the whole blog post and I got the answer to those questions…So, all I have to say now is Nice Looking Site!

  2. You might also be wondering: how did he get the tops of these books to line up horizontally, when they’re obviously of varyingt height? Answer: take the picture upside-down.

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