Alonzo Church

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Ph.D. Princeton University 1927 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Alternatives to Zermelo's Assumption

Advisor: Oswald Veblen

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Anderson, C. AnthonyUniversity of California, Los Angeles1977
Andrews, PeterPrinceton University196463
Arbab, BijanUniversity of California, Los Angeles1988
Barnard, GeorgePrinceton University1936336
Bennett, JamesPrinceton University1962
Boone, WilliamPrinceton University195229
Bustamente-Llaca, EnriquePrinceton University1944
Chapin, EdwardPrinceton University1970
Collins, DonaldPrinceton University196713
Daigneault, AubertPrinceton University1959
Davis, MartinPrinceton University195061
Easton, WilliamPrinceton University1964
Foster, AlfredPrinceton University1930260
Guard, JamesPrinceton University19611
Henkin, LeonPrinceton University194758
Hensel, GustavPrinceton University1963
Kemeny, JohnPrinceton University194964
Kleene, StephenPrinceton University19341046
Kochen, SimonPrinceton University195931
L'Abbé, MauricePrinceton University1951
Malitz, Isaac (Richard)University of California, Los Angeles1976
Mar, GaryUniversity of California, Los Angeles19851
Massey, GeraldPrinceton University1964160
Rabin, MichaelPrinceton University1957358
Rescher, NicholasPrinceton University195158
Richter, WaynePrinceton University1963100
Ritchie, RobertPrinceton University196046
Robbin, JoelPrinceton University196510
Rogers, Jr., HartleyPrinceton University1952650
Rosser, JohnPrinceton University1934799
Scott, DanaPrinceton University1958465
Shapiro, NormanPrinceton University1955
Smullyan, RaymondPrinceton University195912
Turing, AlanPrinceton University1938169
Winder, RobertPrinceton University1962

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