# Original proof of Gödel's completeness theorem

The proof of Gödel's completeness theorem given by Kurt Gödel in his doctoral dissertation of 1929 (and a rewritten version of the dissertation, published as an article in 1930) is not easy to read today; it uses concepts and formalism that are no longer used and terminology that is often obscure. The version given below attempts to represent all the steps in the proof and all the important ideas faithfully, while restating the proof in the modern language of mathematical logic. This outline should not be considered a rigorous proof of the theorem.

## Words

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Word | Word Frequency | Number of Articles | Relevance |
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proof | 6 | 4048 | 0.413 |

completeness | 3 | 385 | 0.274 |

theorem | 4 | 4782 | 0.269 |

gödel's | 2 | 67 | 0.216 |

dissertation | 2 | 2830 | 0.144 |