Imre Lakatos, 1922-1974. Hungarian-British philosopher of science. He applied to Popper's criterion of falsifiability to mathematical reasoning.

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Imre Lakatos, The Ratio-Defender
Summary of Lakatos' effort to nuance the falsification doctrine and defend it from Kuhn's attacks.
Lakatos
Extensive essay about Lakatos' life and work.
Laktos, Imre
Biographical entry about the Hungarian philosopher and links related to the topic.
London School of Economics: Lakatos
Profile of this thinker, from the school where he taught. Includes introduction, links, and both transcript and audio of Lakatos' talk on "Science and Pseudoscience."
Modern Physics, Modern Society
Translation of this paper from Lakatos' youth, by Gábor Kutrovátz.
Philosophers of Science: Imre Lakatos
Concise profile of this British scholar.
Wikipedia: Imre Lakatos
Entry on this philosopher of mathematics, from the openly-edited encyclopedia.

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