Gödel's Conception of Time and Badiou's Opening of Constructivism

  • Matjaž Ličer
Keywords: constructivism, theory of relativity, Kant's aesthetics, time, Gödel, Leibniz, Badiou, generic processes

Abstract

In the paper we present Badiou's critique of constructivist thought which – among others – aims directly at the philosophy of Leibniz. The paper presents the Leibnizian influences on Kurt Gödel, paying special attention to Gödel's conceptualization of time which stems from Gödel's solutions to Einstein's relativistic equations. While engaging in this particular problem Gödel arrives at a point that Badiou has to overcome in order to establish his system of philosophy.

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Published
2016-03-15
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Ličer M. Gödel’s Conception of Time and Badiou’s Opening of Constructivism. FV [Internet]. 2016Mar.15 [cited 2020May30];31(3). Available from: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/filozofski-vestnik/article/view/4489