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  1. Javier de Lorenzo (2012). Recordando a Poincaré ya Flos Sophorum Desde una vida al servicio de la ciencia a ser, para Eugenio d Ors, el modelo de sabio. Estudios Filosóficos 61 (177):341-355.
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  2. Javier De Lorenzo (1997). Demonstrative Ways in Mathematical Doing. Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities 61:301-320.
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  3. Javier de Lorenzo (1995). Ensayos Inéditos de Kurt Gödel. Theoria 10 (1):215-216.
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  4. Javier de Lorenzo (1995). Unified Field Theories in the First Third of the 20th Century. Theoria 10 (1):218-220.
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  5. Javier de Lorenzo (1992). Apuntes para una historia de la Matemática en España. Theoria 7 (1/2/3):509-510.
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  6. Javier de Lorenzo (1992). La Matematica ¿incompleta, aleatoria, experimental? Theoria 7 (1/2/3):423-450.
    En 1931 Gödel publica su Teorema de incompletud. Resultado clave en Lógica matemática, se interpretó como una limitación de los formalismos, un fracaso del Programa de Hilbert. Sin embargo, el método de aritmetización, la recursividad han propiciado una visión positiva y la creación de nuevas teorias - Teorías de la Complejidad, de Información algorítmica ... -. Con ellas, nuevas demostraciones del teorema y, consecuentes, nuevas discusiones en Filosofía de la Matemática. En especial, desde la Teoría de la Complejidad. Además de (...)
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  7. Javier de Lorenzo (1991). Logique: Méthodes Pour l'Informatigue Fondamentale. Theoria 6 (1):295-298.
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  8. Javier de Lorenzo (1991). Leibniz-Frege, ¿Utopías de la Razón Conceptual? Theoria 6 (1):97-114.
    The dream of Leibniz and that of Frege, to create a lingua characteristica in order to demonstrate conceptual thought, incorporates in a wider process, the division and tension between the distinct Spheres which the human sub-species have been creating. Spheres which remain hidden by natural language, essentially spoken language. For the creation and demonstration of the Conceptual Sphere the establishing of a language of characteres has become indispensable, essentially written language. Is a consequence a tension is established between Natural language-Formal (...)
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  9. Javier De Lorenzo (1987). José Gallego-Díaz, Matemático. Theoria 3 (1):555-563.
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  10. Javier de Lorenzo (1987). La matemática y el ámbito conceptual. Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 1:43.
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  11. Javier de Lorenzo (1987). Para Una Lectura de Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. Theoria 2 (2):257-284.
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  12. Javier de Lorenzo (1985). Pascal Y Los Indivisibles. Theoria 1 (1):87-120.
    The pascalian use of indivisibles is here considered in the context of the theological and mathematical debates of the time, by distinguishing it clearly from this of Cavalieri. The combinatory and geometrical approaches are closely linked in Pascal’s work. His use of indivisibles has a heuristic, inventive character and not only a demonstrative one. Ontologically speaking, it stems out from the acceptance of actual infinite. The use of the symmetry axiom of Archimedes is the basis of the pascalian use of (...)
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