A.K.A: Peter Hempel

Parent:
Hans Reichenbach

Children:
Adolf Grünbaum (1951) Yale University
John Alan Robinson (1956/7) Princeton University
Richard Jeffrey (1957) Princeton University
Jaegwon Kim (1962) Princeton University
Robert Nozick (1963) Princeton University
John Lange (1963) Princeton University
Hans Herzberger (1961) Princeton University
Gerald Massey (1964) Princeton University
John Earman(1968) Princeton University - Program in History of Science
John Graves (1969) Princeton University
Thomas Nickles (1969) Princeton University - Program in History of Science
Lewis Creary (1969) Princeton University - Program in History of Science
Jagdish Hattiangadi (1970) Princeton University - Program in History of Science

A. Goldman
Lawrence Sklar
Jerrold J Katz


Misc:

According to Richard Jeffrey's obituary for Hempel, Reichenbach was Hempel's main supervisor for the dissertation but after Reichenbach lost his philosophy chair in Berlin in 1933 Wolfgang Köhler and Nicolai Hartmann became the official supervisors (Proceeding of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 144, no. 1, March 2000).

Dissertation Title: Beiträge zur logischen Analyse des Wahrscheinlichkeitsbegriffs. Berlin, 1934. Subsequently translated into English by Hempel as "Contributions to the Logical Analysis of the Concept of Probability".

--John Alan Robinson has 56/57 since according to Worldcat, his dissertation is dated 1957 but the typewritten ms. is dated 1956. Not sure when the PhD was awarded.