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Hilbert's First and Second Problems and the foundations of mathematics

This article, recently published electronically by Topology Atlas, discusses two (actually, three - I briefly speak about Hilbert's tenth poblem) of the twenty-odd problems Hilbert delivered in a 1900 address at the International Congress of Mathematicians. It was the basis for a one-hour colloquium lecture I gave at the University of Auckland in May, 2000, just three months before the 100th anniversary of Hilbert's lecture.