Troubled by depression, chronic stomach problems, and an addiction to heroin, his ailments in his personal life showed through in his music. His music evolved from the hard "punk" sound of their first album, to the intelligent "tell all" tales of his fourth and final album In Utero.
In his family, young Kurt was known as Herr Warum "Mr. Why" because of his insatiable curiosity. According to his brother Rudolf, at the age of six or seven Kurt suffered from rheumatic fever ; he completely recovered, but for the rest of his life he remained convinced that his heart had suffered permanent damage.
Although Kurt had first excelled in languages, he later became more interested in history and mathematics. His interest in mathematics increased when in his older brother Rudolf born left for Vienna to go to medical school at the University of Vienna.
By that time, he had already mastered university-level mathematics. During this time, he adopted ideas of mathematical realism. Are the axioms of a formal system sufficient to derive every statement that is true in all models of the system? Inat the age of 23, he completed his doctoral dissertation under Hans Hahn's supervision.
He was awarded his doctorate in His thesis, along with some additional work, was published by the Vienna Academy of Science.
In that article, he proved for any computable axiomatic system that is powerful enough to describe the arithmetic of the natural numbers e. If a logical or axiomatic formal system is consistentit cannot be complete.
The consistency of axioms cannot be proved within their own system. These theorems ended a half-century of attempts, beginning with the work of Frege and culminating in Principia Mathematica and Hilbert's formalismto find a set of axioms sufficient for all mathematics.
In hindsight, the basic idea at the heart of the incompleteness theorem is rather simple. If it were provable, it would be false.
Thus there will always be at least one true but unprovable statement.
That is, for any computably enumerable set of axioms for arithmetic that is, a set that can in principle be printed out by an idealized computer with unlimited resourcesthere is a formula that is true of arithmetic, but which is not provable in that system.
In Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany, and over the following years the Nazis rose in influence in Austria, and among Vienna's mathematicians.
Stephen Kleenewho had just completed his PhD at Princeton, took notes of these lectures that have been subsequently published. The traveling and the hard work had exhausted him, and the next year he took a break to recover from a depressive episode.
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