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Young Arthur Prior on a family picnic in Auckland in January 1934, age 19. From left: Margaret Sinclaire (Arthur Prior's cousin, daughter of his father Norman's oldest sister), Ian Prior (Arthur's half brother), Arthur Prior, Mrs. Gregor (relative of…

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Memories of Arthur Prior by his student, colleague and friend Robert Bull, written in January-February 2018

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Audio recording and transcript of the interview with Prof. Max Cresswell, who was Arthur Prior's PhD student in Manchester, and later a colleague and a friend. The interview was conducted in March 2018.

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46 Perry St. Masterton, New Zealand: the family home and the GP office of Dr. Norman Prior, Arthur's father. Norman himself was born in that house and continued to live there when in 1912 he married his first wife and Arthur's mother Bessie, who died…

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A photograph of Arthur's colleague Carew Arthur Meredith (28 July 1904 – 31 March 1976), taken in Dublin in 1947. Meredith was a mathematician at the Trinity College Dublin and developed strong interest in formal logic under the influence of Jan…

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Four people during the East-West conference in Canberra in December 1957

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Two men during the East-West conference in Canberra in December 1957

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Arthur Prior (front central) with a group of colleagues: front left first John Mackie, second Alan Stout, behind Mackie is John Passmore. Quentin Boyce Gibson is first from right in the middle row and A. Boyce Gibson possibly the fourth from the left…

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Arthur and Mary Prior with a colleague at the East-West conference in Canberra, in December 1957

Link to an audio recording of Prior's radio talk "Many-valued logics", part of the three-talk series entitled "The Logic Game" (1957). This is the third talk, broadcast on 17 November 1957. Only the second half of the talk is recorded. It starts at…