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Preface; Jacques Dubucs and Michel Bourdeau.- Chapter 1. Constructive Recursive Functions, Church's Thesis, and Brouwer's Theory of the Creating Subject: Afterthoughts on a Parisian Joint Session; Goran Sundholm.- Chapter 2. The developments of the concept of machine computability from 1936 to the 1960s; Jean Mosconi.- Chapter 3. Kolmogorov Complexity in perspective, Part I: Information Theory and Randomness; Marie Ferbus-Zanda and Serge Grigorieff.- Chapter 4. Kolmogorov Complexity in perspective, Part II: Classification, Information Processing and Duality; Marie Ferbus-Zanda.- Chapter 5. Proof-theoretic semantics and feasibility; Jean Fichot.- Chapter 6. Recursive functions and constructive mathematics; Thierry Coquand.- Chapter 7. Godel and intuitionism; Mark van Atten.
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