Kripke is an English surname and may refer to:
- Dorothy K. Kripke, an American author of Jewish educational books, and the mother of Saul Kripke
- Eric Kripke, an American television writer, director, and producer
- Margaret L. Kripke, a professor of immunology
- Saul Kripke, an American philosopher and logician
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... "protective and occasionally nervous" fans, series creator Eric Kripke meant to introduce Ruby in "small doses" ... to a performance that we're loving? ” —Kripke on the decision to keep Cortese Due to budgetary reasons, Cassidy was let go after the third season ... To "make the best out of a bad situation", Kripke and the writers planned for Ruby to take on a new host every few episodes for the fourth season ...
... Creator Eric Kripke originally did not want angels to be featured in the series, believing God worked through hunters rather than angels ... As Kripke put it, "We had the empire, but we didn't really have the rebellion." They had always wanted to have a storyline with a few central characters but having massive battles in the background ... Kripke has found that it has opened up many new storylines ...
... Kripke is a professor of immunology and the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer at The University of Texas M ... Kripke is considered a founder and one of the world's leading researchers in the field of photoimmunology the study of how ultraviolet light can alter the ... Kripke earned a bachelor of science and master of science in bacteriology, and a PhD in immunology at the University of California at Berkeley ...
... Barry Kripke, a character in the sitcom The Big Bang Theory This page or section lists people with the surname Kripke ...
... Kripke (1953), Let's Talk About God, by Dorothy K ... Kripke ... Kripke (1957), Let's Talk About Judaism, by Dorothy K ...
Famous quotes containing the word kripke:
“Lets call something a rigid designator if in every possible world it designates the same object, a non-rigid or accidental designator if that is not the case. Of course we dont require that the objects exist in all possible worlds.... When we think of a property as essential to an object we usually mean that it is true of that object in any case where it would have existed. A rigid designator of a necessary existent can be called strongly rigid.”
—Saul Kripke (b. 1940)
“Certainly the philosopher of possible worlds must take care that his technical apparatus not push him to ask questions whose meaningfulness is not supported by our original intuitions of possibility that gave the apparatus its point.”
—Saul Kripke (b. 1940)