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  Paul Cohen (mathematician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paul Joseph Cohen (born April 2, 1934) is an American mathematician.
The main reason one accepts the axiom of infinity is probably that we feel it absurd to think that the process of adding only one set at a time can exhaust the entire universe.
Paul Joseph Cohen at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_Joseph_Cohen   (470 words)

 The Oxygen Paradox: A Tribute to Paul Hochstein
Paul is a man of many talents and his "retirement" from the scientific arena has simply served to give him the time he needs to pursue his remarkable talent for painting and sculpting.
Paul proposed that the failure of this pathway in erythrocytes of individuals with a genetic deficiency of glucose-6phosphate dehydrogenase (favism) was the biochemical basis of the hemolytic anemia associated with the ingestion of many drugs(8,9).
Paul further demonstrated that lipid peroxidation in microsomes results in the formation of short chain hydrocarbons such as ethane and ethylene(13) and he described the propagation of lipid peroxidation in microsomes to other (erythrocyte) cellular plasma membranes(14).
www.paulhochstein.com /OxygenParadoxPaulHochstein.htm   (3246 words)

 BookRags: Paul Cohen Biography
Paul Cohen's reputation as a mathematician has been earned at least partly because of his ability to work successfully in a number of very different fields of mathematics.
Paul Joseph Cohen was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, on April 2, 1934, but his childhood and adolescence were spent in Brooklyn, New York.
Cohen was married to Christina Karls, a native of Sweden, in 1963.
www.bookrags.com /biography/paul-cohen-wom   (965 words)

 Papers of Wilbur Cohen at Wisconsin
By the time Cohen left the Division of Research and Statistics in 1956 to become a professor of public welfare administration at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; he was regarded as the nation's leading expert on Social Security and an authority on public assistance, federal health insurance, aging, and unemployment compensation.
Cohen was involved in drafting presidential messages to Congress and speeches for occasions such as bill signing ceremonies which commemorated the passage of significant legislation: the presidential message files detail this involvement.
Cohen's position as Dean of the School of Education and his activities from 1969 to approximately 1981 are documented in the University of Michigan materials.
www.ssa.gov /history/archives/cohenguide.htm   (5058 words)

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I had claimed Paul Cohen had no papers in analysis, but either I had jumped to a conclusion or Math Reviews's "find same author" feature had bad data when I had collected this information.
Paul J. Cohen wrote several papers on analysis >and two on logic (Comments on the foundations of set theory.
In addition to Paul F. (one logic paper in 1975) and Paul R. (3 computer science papers in the 1980s), there is a Paul E. Cohen, with 11 papers in logic, including forcing, in the second half of the 1970s (extending to some work in point-set topology).
www.math.niu.edu /~rusin/known-math/99/cohen   (464 words)

 NextAid. Using the Beats of Our Generation to Provide Hope for the Next.
In 1986 Paul began to study the ecological design sciences and embarked on a series of educational tours and residence in the United States, Australia and Europe.
Cohen served as an apprentice with world-renowned architects, including Nader Khalili of the California Institute of Earth Art and Architecture, and Brian Woodward at the Earthways Sustainable Lifestyles Institute in Australia.
Cohen is currently director of Village Development, an international design and development services consultancy that specialize in ecological village settlement and sustainable business development.
www.nextaid.org /consultants-paulcohen.htm   (201 words)

 Cohen Financial - Case Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Cohen Financial provided for a $24 million forward commitment on a permanent first mortgage for Edens Plaza,a 180,000 square-foot retail center in Wilmette, Illinois.
During a particularly volatile interest-rate environment, Cohen Financial was able to structure a loan commitment on behalf of one of its insurance company correspondents to lock in the permanent commitment some 10 months prior to the expected full funding date of the loan.
Cohen Financial’s financial architecture employed key tenets of a strategic plan to the capital structure.
www.cohenfinancial.com /content.cfm?contentalias=cs_edensplaza   (585 words)

 Paul Cohen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paul Cohen (mathematician) (born 1934), American (middle initial J) Paul Cohen (saxophonist) (born c.
Paul Cohen (musician), also an American tenor saxophonist, multi-intrumentalist, producer and long-time collaborator with Lila Downs.
Paul Cohen (producer) (1908-1970), American country music producer
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_Cohen   (121 words)

 Seymour S. Cohen Papers, American Philosophical Society
During this period, Cohen was a visiting professor at the Radium Institute in 1967, gave the Jesup Lectures at Columbia University in 1967, and was a visiting professor at the Collège de France in 1970.
Cohen was one of two scientists in the country in 1957 to receive a lifetime grant from the American Cancer Society for support of his continuing research interests.
Cohen's work on bacterial viruses, begun in 1945, was the first systematic exploration of the biochemistry of virus-infected cells and of how viruses multiply.
www.amphilsoc.org /library/mole/c/cohen.htm   (2339 words)

 Encyclopaedia Britannica entry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Cohen was awarded the Fields Medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Moscow in 1966.
Cohen solved a problem (first on David Hilbert's influential 1900 list of important unsolved problems) concerning the truth of the continuum hypothesis.
Cohen, in 1963, showed that it is not provable under these hypotheses and hence is independent of the other axioms.
www.aam314.vzz.net /EB/Cohen.html   (217 words)

 Cohen Financial - Case Studies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Cohen Financial "cleared the market" on behalf of our client, and was even selected to be the direct lender for one of the loans.
Cohen Financial, realizing the ultimate potential for the property and its ability to return significant short term yields and long term gains, first structured the transaction and then assembled the investor group that successfully completed a $10 million acquisition of Townes Crossing.
Cohen Financial was able to reduce the borrower’s initial equity requirement due to the availability of historic tax credits associated with the redevelopment.
www.cohenfinancial.com /content.cfm?contentalias=cs_overview_content&pff=1&m=2   (2763 words)

 Rabbis For Human Rights » » Rabbi Jack Joseph Cohen
Cohen’s work in Jewish education began in 1943, when he accepted a position as the educational director of the Cleveland Jewish School, later the Park Synagogue, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Cohen’s continued involvement with the Reconstructionist Movement is reflected in his activities from 1952 until his permanent move to Israel in 1961.
Cohen is the author of The Case for Religious Naturalism (1958) and Jewish Education in a Democratic Society, 1964.
rhr.israel.net /rabbi-jack-joseph-cohen   (568 words)

 Social Security Online History Pages
Wilbur Joseph Cohen, Under Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, wears many hats, including those of legislative expert, student of politics, administrator, educational policymaker, advisor to Presidents, congressmen, and governors, and college professor on leave of absence from the University of Michigan.
When it comes to legislation, Wilbur Cohen is just as intense with such topics as school dropouts, protection of the consumer, Indian health, compliance by school districts and hospitals with Title VI of the Civil Rights of 1964, appropriation for the Public Health Service grants, budgetary needs of St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington.
Cohen, will go just about anywhere, either to rally support for a piece of legislation or to attempt to convince opponents that the cause is just.
www.ssa.gov /history/cohenoasis.html   (1129 words)

 Paul Cohen
Paul Joseph Cohen is an American mathematician, born: April 2, 1934, Long Branch, New Jersey, USA.
He is noted for inventing a technique called forcing which he used to show that neither the continuum hypothesis nor the axiom of choice can be proved from the standard Zermelo-Fraenkel axioms of set theory.
This result is possibly the most famous non-trivial example illustrating Gödel's incompleteness theorem.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/pa/Paul_Cohen.html   (111 words)

 Leonard Cohen: Dear Heather - PopMatters Music Review
Cohen is obviously returning to his poetic past on the record, something you instantly hear on "Go No More A-Roving", a musical adaptation of the Lord Byron poem of the same name.
Cohen's ubiquitous background singers are there, as always (his partner Anjani Thomas sings on eight of the record's twelve tracks), and there's still the slick production, but unlike past albums, it's not overly polished, and there's even the odd saxophone solo, which Cohen continues to shamelessly employ, bucking all trends.
Leonard Cohen certainly is, and as a result, his music is the most vibrant it's been in a dozen years.
www.popmatters.com /music/reviews/c/cohenleonard-dear.shtml   (620 words)

 Steve Cohen-Saxophone Quartet No. 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The first 2 movements were played April 20, 1998 at Manhattan School of Music in a recital by the Saxophone Department under the direction of Dr. Paul Cohen, and a complete performance by the same forces took place on November 30.
Steve Cohen received his training at the Eastman, Juilliard and Manhattan Schools of Music, and has composed a large catalog of symphonic, chamber and musical-theater pieces, including the operas The Cop and the Anthem (libretto by Alison Hubbard after the O. Henry story) and La Pizza Del Destino (libretto by Joseph Renard).
Cohen has supplied scores for the New York Pops Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera Guild, the American Ballet Theater, the Goldman Memorial Band, the world premiere of the musical Spittin' Image, and touring companies of Beauty And The Beast, Porgy and Bess, Crazy For You, Guys and Dolls and The Secret Garden.
members.aol.com /paulc135/cohen7.html   (591 words)

 Cohen biography
Paul Cohen was a student at Brooklyn College from 1950 until 1953.
In 1957, before the award of his doctorate, Cohen was appointed an instructor at the University of Rochester for a year.
In 1961 Cohen was appointed to the faculty at Stanford University, being promoted to professor there in 1964.
www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk /~history/Biographies/Cohen.html   (316 words)

 Amazon.com: Set Theory and the Continuum Hypothesis: Books: Paul J. Cohen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Paul Cohen's "Set Theory and the Continuum Hypothesis" is not only the best technical treatment of his solution to the most notorious unsolved problem in mathematics, it is the best introduction to mathematical logic (though Manin's "A Course in Mathematical Logic" is also remarkably excellent and is the first book to read after this one).
Cohen is a very good mathematical writer and his arrangement of the material is irreproachable.
Cohen solves one of the most important problems in mathematics of this century, and this book explains his thinking and methods.
www.amazon.com /Theory-Continuum-Hypothesis-Paul-Cohen/dp/0805323279   (898 words)

 THE RETURN TRIP by Rodrigo Rey Rosa
Paul Bowles in New York with Jonathan Sheffer and the EOS Orchestra; with Phillip Ramey at the New York School for Social Research Symposium
Paul Bowles at Phillip Ramey's reception; Rodrigo Rey Rosa, composers John Corigliano and Ned Rorem, Raphael Aladdin Cohen, Allen Hibbard, Gavin Lambert, Claude Nathalie Thomas and Joseph A. McPhillips III
Paul Bowles with his last maid Souad, the Palace Hotel in Madrid, Spain in 1993, with Abdelwahab El Abdellaoui, enjoying a doughnut with tea, and Paul Bowles before his death
www.paulbowles.org /rodrigo.html   (1707 words)

 CD Baby: TALIA PAUL: Light Will Come
It sounds like Paul is singing journal entries from the road, especially on such songs as "Gas Money" and "Four Bald Tires." The freedom, loneliness, and struggle of the troubadour life are all laid bare in her lyrics, and the listener gets a sense of the real life and real people behind the songs.
Paul’s haunting voice is seductive and familiar, but the way she wraps it around words to describe her world makes her unique.
She puts all of her heart into her music; from the slow, driving, siren-song of “Fallin’ For You” to the happy freedom of “Yellow Balloon.” Her vocals are rich and true and the songs range from full accompaniment to the purity of solo voice and guitar.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/taliapaul   (2725 words)

 Benjamin J. Cohen
As Paul Krugman has commented: "The impressive fact here is surely the inertia; sterling remained the first-ranked currency for half a century after Britain had ceased to be the first-ranked economic power" (Krugman 1992: 173).
Krugman, Paul R. (1992), "The International Role of the Dollar," in Paul R. Krugman, Currencies and Crises (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press), ch.
The challenge was underestimated by early analysts, such as Furche and Wrightson 1996 or Berentsen 1998, who saw electronic money as an alternative to central-bank currency only, excluding reservable deposits.
www.polsci.ucsb.edu /faculty/cohen/inpress/emoney.html   (11348 words)

 Science -- Cohen and Tilman 274 (5290): 1150
Cohen [HN17], [HN18] is at the Rockefeller University, [HN19] New York, NY 10021-6399 USA, and Columbia University, New York, NY 10027, USA.
Wallace S. Broecker's receipt of the National Medal of Science was announced in the Columbia University Record on 6 September1996.
Joel E. Cohen is the author of Maximum Occupancy, an essay published in American Demographics.
www.rockefeller.edu /labheads/cohenje/PDFs/245Cohentilman.htm   (1967 words)

As for Jewish collaboration on the world's press, whether as members of the editorial staff, external contributors, or foreign correspondents, their name is indeed legion, and many of them during the last quarter of a century have played an important part in the political world.
In the allied world of music we also encounter a number of illustrious names, belonging partly to a former generation and partly to this, and sufficing to rebut the charge of Wagner that Jews were devoid of musical gem us.
Among eminent composers are Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Meyerbeer, Offenbach, Goldmark, Bruch, Fromenthal Halevy, and Frederic Cowen; whilst the famous instrumentalists of the present generation include Joseph Joachim, Mark Hambourg, Mischa Elman, and Ephraim Zimbalist, whose performances have entranced crowded and critical audiences throughout the globe.
www.ibiblio.org /yiddish/Book/Cohen/gencul.html   (2282 words)

 Paul Cohen: ZoomInfo Business People Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Paul Cohen's summary was automatically generated using 9 references found on the Internet.
Paul Cohen, Saxophone Soloist Paul Cohen is active as a performer, teacher, historian, musicologist and author in all areas related to the saxophone.
Cohen holds and MM and DMA degrees from the Manhattan School of Music.
www.zoominfo.com /people/cohen_paul_483867.aspx   (247 words)

 Set Theory
In 1963, Paul Cohen proved independence of the Axiom of Choice and of the Continuum Hypothesis.
Cohen's method proved extremely fruitful and led first to the solution of a number of outstanding problems (Suslin's Problem, the Lebesgue measurability Problem, Borel's Conjecture, Kaplansky's Conjecture, Whitehead's Problem and so on) and soon has become one of the cornerstones of modern set theory.
Cohen, P., 1966, Set theory and the continuum hypothesis, New York: Benjamin.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/set-theory   (3279 words)

 John Cohen Works - Film Reviews
"[John Cohen's] films are musical and sociological documentaries, recording and preserving the work of the last few representatives of the great American folk tradition.
Cohen's new film The End of An Old Song is a superbly conceived masterfully executed work of art.
Cohen's gift is not only to find what is unique about his subjects, but to dig beneath the surface and discover unexpected links between culture, music, art and religion- and the rest of the world.
www.johncohenworks.com /films/reviews.html   (590 words)

 News about Paul Simon and Garfunkel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Paul Simon, still rocking after all these years, getting people to dance in the aisles even at a venue where aisle-dancing is barely possible.
Paul thought I did a good job on it and invited me up to his house to listen to his new material he was working on with Brian Eno.
Paul Simon´s Graceland, recorded in New York and South Africa, is a landmark album that sold 14 million copies and was named ´Album of the Year´ at the 1986 Grammy Awards.
www.paul-simon.info /PHP/newsall.php   (13579 words)

 H. Cohen: ZoomInfo Business People Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Cohen's summary was automatically generated using 1 reference found on the Internet.
Joseph Cohen, Trisha J. Paul and Patrick G. Murphy have been elected Partners to the firm.
Cohen joined Barrett & McNagny LLP as an associate in August of 1996.
www.zoominfo.com /people/cohen_h._54006117.aspx   (150 words)

 Saint Paul Sunday, April 2001 broadcast listings
The Swiss-born Pahud is devoted to stretching the flute's unique possibilities, and his Saint Paul Sunday program features the instrument in all its kaleidoscopic moods and textures.
This week on Saint Paul Sunday, Bill McGlaughlin welcomes the Paris Piano Trio, three great French soloists who have been connected by their love of chamber music since they were prize-winning teen-agers at the Paris Conservatory.
This week on Saint Paul Sunday, acclaimed fortepianist Cyril Huvé gives us vivid encounters with these composers on both the modern piano and on one of its 19th-century forbears, a program of intriguing and often surprising contrasts.
saintpaulsunday.publicradio.org /listings/shows01_04.htm   (575 words)

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