On Gödel's awareness of Skolem's Helsinki lecture

History and Philosophy of Logic 26 (4):321-326 (2005)
Gödel always claimed that he did not know Skolem's Helsinki lecture when writing his dissertation. Some questions and doubts have been raised about this claim, in particular on the basis of a library slip showing that he had requested Skolem's paper in 1928. It is shown that this library slip does not constitute evidence against Gödel's claim, and that, on the contrary, the library slip and other archive material actually corroborate what Gödel said
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DOI 10.1080/01445340500228292
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