Brouwer

Brouwer (also Brouwers and de Brouwer) is a Dutch and Flemish surname. The word brouwer means 'beer brewer'.

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Brouwer–Hilbert Controversy - Background - Brief History of Brouwer and Intuitionism
... Brouwer in effect founded the mathematical philosophy of intuitionism as a challenge to the then-prevailing formalism of David Hilbert and his collaborators Paul Bernays, Wilhelm Ackermann ... Brouwer, in a paper entitled "The untrustworthiness of the principles of logic", challenged the belief that the rules of the classical logic, which have come down to us essentially from Aristotle (384–322 B.C ... his dissertation (1907 see Van Dalen), Brouwer made a conscious decision temporarily to keep his contentious ideas under wraps and to concentrate on demonstrating his mathematical prowess" (Davis ...
Matt Brouwer - Early Years
... Matthew Paul Brouwer was born in Truro, Nova Scotia Canada ... on the singer and is a theme that has permeated many of Brouwer's songs ... During college Brouwer found music to be more than a comforting hobby as he co-founded a group of Spiritually curious musicians known on campus as MNW ...
De Brouwer
... Piet de Brouwer (1880–1953), Dutch archer from the Netherlands. ...
Sigmund Brouwer
... Sigmund Brouwer (born 1959) is a well-known author with books published by mainstream and evangelical publishers ... One of six children born to a family with Dutch heritage, Brouwer is a native of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada ... Brouwer divides his time between Nashville, Tennessee and Red Deer, Alberta, and enjoys sports such as ice hockey and golf ...
Christoph Brouwer - Life
... Brouwer was born in Arnhem, The Netherlands ... Brouwer devoted the greater part of his life to the preparation of his book and, according to the testimony of the historian Johann Nikolaus von Hontheim ... Brouwer's unflinching love of truth and his true historical method were not agreeable to the councilors of the archbishop so, although the publication of his work had ...