Mathematician:Yehoshua Bar-Hillel

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Austrian-born Israeli philosopher, mathematician, and linguist.

Best known for his pioneering work in machine translation and formal linguistics.


Israeli, of Austrian origin


  • Born: 8 September 1915, Vienna
  • Died: 25 September 1975, Jerusalem


  • Jul 1954: Indexical Expressions (Mind Vol. 63, no. 251: 359 – 379)
  • 1964: Language and Information: Selected Essays on Their Theory and Application
  • 1965: Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science: Proceedings of the 1964 International Congress (as editor)
  • 1970: Aspects of Language: Essays in Philosophy of Language, Linguistic Philosophy, and Methodology of Linguistics
  • 1970: Mathematical Logic and Foundations of Set Theory: Colloquium Proceedings, Jerusalem, 1968 (as editor)
  • 1971: Pragmatics of Natural Languages: Proceedings of the 1970 International Working Symposium (as editor)

Also known as

In Hebrew: Hebrew: יהושע בר-הלל‎‎