Frank Plumpton Ramsey
Frank Plumpton Ramsey (1903-1930) was a British mathematician and philosopher, working at Cambridge University during the twenties. He was part of the Cambridge group that gave birth to the analytic tradition in philosophy. He made original contributions, in particular, to philosophy of mathematics and mathematical logic, probability theory and economics. Despite his early death, he achieved impressive results in many different fields of investigation. The aim of this profile is to give a general overview of Ramsey's thought, his works and most relevant results, and to show what an extraordinary thinker he was.