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  • Hermann Graßmannby Hans-Joachim Petsche

    Springer 2009; US$ 99.95

    Hermann Grassmann whose career was spent as a high-school teacher in Stettin is known as the founder of n-dimensional vector algebra as well as for his lasting contributions to physics and linguistics. This biography goes into detail of the complex network of internal and external factors that shaped Grassmann's development. more...

  • The Mathematical Science of Christopher Wrenby J. A. Bennett

    Cambridge University Press 1983; US$ 36.00

    This book considers Wren's 'other' career as an astronomer, and shows how science informed his architectural philosophy. more...

  • Jan de Witt's Elementa Curvarum Linearumby Albert W. Grootendorst; Jan Aarts; Miente Bakker; Reinie Erne

    Springer 2010; US$ 129.00

    Following on from the 2000 edition of Jan De Witt's "Elementa Curvarum Linearum, Liber Primus", this book provides the accompanying translation of the second volume of "Elementa Curvarum Linearum (Foundations of Curved Lines)". One of the first books to be published on Analytic Geometry, it was originally written in Latin by... more...

  • Perfect Figuresby Bunny Crumpacker

    St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 8.99

    An intoxicating trip through the history, the poetry, and the surprising secret meanings of numbers more...

  • Grounding Conceptsby C. S. Jenkins

    Oxford University Press 2008; US$ 73.99

    Grounding Concepts tackles the issue of arithmetical knowledge, developing a new position which respects three intuitions which have appeared impossible to satisfy simultaneously: a priorism, mind-independence realism, and empiricism.Drawing on a wide range of philosophical influences, but avoiding unnecessary technicality, a view is developed whereby... more...

  • Logic with a Probability Semanticsby Theodore Hailperin

    Lehigh University Press 2010; US$ 59.99

    The book extends the development of probability logic_a logic using probability, not verity (true, false) as the basic semantic notion. The basic connectives 'not,' 'and,' and 'or' are described in depth to include quantified formulas. Also discussed is the notion of the suppositional, and resolution of the paradox of confirmation. more...

  • The Great Philosophers: Turingby Andrew Hodges

    Orion 2011; Not Available

    Alan Turing 1912 ? 1954 Alan Turing?s 1936 paper On Computable Numbers, introducing the Turing machine, was a landmark of twentieth-century thought. It settled a deep problem in the foundations of mathematics, and provided the principle of the post-war electronic computer. It also supplied a new approach to the philosophy of the mind. Influenced... more...

  • The Great Philosophers: Turingby Andrew Hodges

    Orion 2011; US$ 7.63

    Alan Turing 1912 ? 1954 Alan Turing?s 1936 paper On Computable Numbers, introducing the Turing machine, was a landmark of twentieth-century thought. It settled a deep problem in the foundations of mathematics, and provided the principle of the post-war electronic computer. It also supplied a new approach to the philosophy of the mind. Influenced... more...

  • Lewis Carroll in Numberlandby Robin Wilson

    Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 15.98

    Lewis Carroll's books have delighted children and adults for generations, but behind their exuberant fantasy and delightful nonsense was the mind of a brilliant mathematician. Now his forgotten achievements in the world of numbers are brought to light by acclaimed author and mathematician Robin Wilson. Here he explores the curious imagination... more...

  • The Poincaré Conjectureby Donal O'Shea

    Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 15.98

    The Poincaré Conjecture tells the story behind one of the world?s most confounding mathematical theories. Formulated in 1904 by Henri Poincaré, his Conjecture promised to describe the very shape of the universe, but remained unproved until a huge prize was offered for its solution in 2000. Six years later, an eccentric Russian mathematician had... more...