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Structures, Suppes Predicates, and Boolean-Valued Models in Physics

  • N. C. A. da Costa
  • F. A. Doria
Part of the Synthese Library book series (SYLI, volume 257)

Abstract

An old and important question concerning physical theories has to do with their axiomatization [47]. The sixth problem in Hilbert’s celebrated list of mathematical problems deals with its desirable (or ideal) contours [31]:

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Physical Theory Polish Space Strange Attractor Semi Group Complete Boolean Algebra 
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