Philip Ehrlich

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Philip Ehrlich is Professor at Department of Philosophy of Ohio University.[1] His main areas of interest are Logic, History of Mathematics, and Philosophy of Science.

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The paper shows that Conway's maximal surreal field is isomorphic as an ordered field to a maximal hyperreal field (in NBG) (see p. 35).
Reviewer for MathSciNet wrote: "This ... comprehensive study on the early history of non-Archimedean mathematics ... provides an excellent survey of highest scholarly standards" here
  • Ehrlich, Philip: Number systems with simplicity hierarchies: a generalization of Conway's theory of surreal numbers. J. Symbolic Logic 66 (2001), no. 3, 1231–1258.
  • Real numbers, generalizations of the reals, and theories of continua. Edited by Philip Ehrlich. Synthese Library, 242. Kluwer Academic Publishers Group, Dordrecht, 1994.
R. Gregory Taylor wrote: "Ehrlich has brought together some valuable work on issues of great interest to logicians and philosophers of mathematics" here.

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