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British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 1 (4):1-s-1 (1951)
|Abstract||Professor P. Bernays has kindly drawn my attention to the tact that the assignment of Gödel numbers to formulas described on page 295 of volume I of this Journal, is not correct. Under this assignment, different formulas may obtain the same Gödel number and therefore the argument given on page 296 under (i) is not cogent. The correct assignment would give, for the formula considered as an example, the Gödel number 23 . 329 . 514 . 732 The correction to be made on page 294, l. 20 is obvious|
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