Heinrich Scholz (German: [ʃɔlts]; December 17, 1884 – December 30, 1956) was a German logician, philosopher, and Protestant theologian who was a peer of Alan Turing, who wrote in his memoirs that he on the inclusion of his essay from 1936 On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem [was disappointed that only] two people could have understood it, and would have responded [had he been asked] – Heinrich Scholz and Richard Bevan Braithwaite. Scholz had an extraordinary career but was not considered a brilliant logician, for example on the same level as Gottlob Frege or Rudolf Carnap, but was considered an outstanding scientist of national importance. He provided a suitable academic environment for his students to thrive. He founded the Institute of Mathematical Log

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  • Heinrich Scholz (* 17. Dezember 1884 in Berlin; † 30. Dezember 1956 in Münster, Westfalen) war ein deutscher Logiker, Philosoph und evangelischer Theologe. (de)
  • Ге́нрих Шольц (нем. Heinrich Scholz; 17 декабря 1884, Берлин — 30 декабря 1956, Мюнстер) — немецкий философ, профессор в Мюнстере (с 1928), логический формалист (логистик), также известный трудами по метафизике и теологии. Учился в Берлине у Адольфа фон Гарнака, где в 1910 году защитил профессорскую диссертацию по религиозной философии и систематической теологии, затем — в Эрлангене, где с Рихардом Фалькенбергом занимался Гёте и Шлейермахером. Преподавал в университетах Бреслау (ординарный профессор религиозной философии с 1917 года), Киля (с 1919) и Мюнстера (с 1928). Дружил и находился в научном общении с Карлом Бартом. В 1924—1928 годах изучал точные науки и формальную логику, состоял в переписке с Аланом Тьюрингом, высоко отзывавшемся о нём. Позднее писал о метафизике. (ru)
  • Heinrich Scholz (German: [ʃɔlts]; December 17, 1884 – December 30, 1956) was a German logician, philosopher, and Protestant theologian who was a peer of Alan Turing, who wrote in his memoirs that he on the inclusion of his essay from 1936 On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem [was disappointed that only] two people could have understood it, and would have responded [had he been asked] – Heinrich Scholz and Richard Bevan Braithwaite. Scholz had an extraordinary career but was not considered a brilliant logician, for example on the same level as Gottlob Frege or Rudolf Carnap, but was considered an outstanding scientist of national importance. He provided a suitable academic environment for his students to thrive. He founded the Institute of Mathematical Logic and Fundamental Research at the University of Münster in 1936, which can be said enabled the study of logic at the highest international level after World War 2 up until the present day. (en)
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  • Heinrich Scholz in the Mathematical Research Institute Oberwolfach
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  • Christentum und Wissenschaft in Schleiermachers Glaubenslehre
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  • Heinrich Scholz (* 17. Dezember 1884 in Berlin; † 30. Dezember 1956 in Münster, Westfalen) war ein deutscher Logiker, Philosoph und evangelischer Theologe. (de)
  • Ге́нрих Шольц (нем. Heinrich Scholz; 17 декабря 1884, Берлин — 30 декабря 1956, Мюнстер) — немецкий философ, профессор в Мюнстере (с 1928), логический формалист (логистик), также известный трудами по метафизике и теологии. В 1924—1928 годах изучал точные науки и формальную логику, состоял в переписке с Аланом Тьюрингом, высоко отзывавшемся о нём. Позднее писал о метафизике. (ru)
  • Heinrich Scholz (German: [ʃɔlts]; December 17, 1884 – December 30, 1956) was a German logician, philosopher, and Protestant theologian who was a peer of Alan Turing, who wrote in his memoirs that he on the inclusion of his essay from 1936 On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem [was disappointed that only] two people could have understood it, and would have responded [had he been asked] – Heinrich Scholz and Richard Bevan Braithwaite. Scholz had an extraordinary career but was not considered a brilliant logician, for example on the same level as Gottlob Frege or Rudolf Carnap, but was considered an outstanding scientist of national importance. He provided a suitable academic environment for his students to thrive. He founded the Institute of Mathematical Log (en)
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