
1. Foundations of Geometry and Induction
by Jean Nicod
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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2. An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry
by Bertrand Russell, Earl
Originally published in 1897, this book was based on the dissertation Russell presented for the Fellowship Examination of Trinity College, Cambridge, ... More
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3. Grundzuge Der Mengenlehre
by Felix Hausdorff
Felix Hausdorff gehort zu den herausragenden Mathematikern der ersten Halfte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Er hinterliess einen ungewohnlich reichhaltigen ... More
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4. Grundzuge Der Mengenlehre: Pt. 2
by Egbert Brieskorn (Editor), Felix Hausdorff (Editor), Srishti D. Chatterji (Editor)
Felix Hausdorff gehort zu den herausragenden Mathematikern der ersten Halfte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Er hinterliess einen ungewohnlich reichhaltigen ... More
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5. Foundations of Geometry
by Bertrand Russell
This text was first published in 1897, and is based on Russell's Cambridge dissertation as well as lectures given during a journey through the USA. ... More
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6. Basic Concepts of Synthetic Differential Geometry
by Rene Lavendhomme
Starting at an introductory level, the book leads rapidly to important and often new results in synthetic differential geometry. From rudimentary ... More
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10. General Topology: Paracompactness, Function Spaces, Descriptive Theory III
by A.V. Arhangelskii (Contributions by), G.G. Gould (Translator), M.M. Choban (Contributions by)
This reference work deals with important topics in general topology and their role in functional analysis and axiomatic set theory, for graduate ... More
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12. How to Solve It: A New Aspect of Mathematical Method
by Gyorgy Polya, George Polya, John H Conway (Foreword by)
This perennial best seller was written by an eminent mathematician, but it is a book for the general reader on how to think straight in any field. In ... More
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13. The Mathematics of Plato's Academy: A New Reconstruction
by D H Fowler
This book presents a reinterpretation of early Greek mathematics, one of the most tantalizing intellectual subjects of the last 2,000 years. The ... More
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14. The Legacy of Mario Pieri in Geometry and Arithmetic
by Elena Anne Marchisotto, James T Smith
This book is the first in a series of three volumes that comprehensively examine Mario Pieri s life, mathematical work and influence. The book ... More
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15. David Hilbert S Lectures on the Foundations of Geometry 1891 1902
by Michael Hallett, Michael Hallett (Editor), Ulrich Majer (Editor)
This volume contains notes for lectures on the foundations of geometry held by Hilbert from 18911902. These contain material which never found its ... More
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16. Mathematics and plausible reasoning.
by George Polya
2014 Reprint of 1954 American Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. This two volume ... More
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17. Visual Thinking in Mathematics
by Marcus Giaquinto
Visual thinking  visual imagination or perception of diagrams and symbol arrays, and mental operations on them  is omnipresent in mathematics. Is ... More
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19. Domain Theory, Logic and Computation: Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Domain Theory, Sichuan, China, October 2001
by GuoQiang Zhang (Editor), J. Lawson (Editor), Ying Ming Liu (Editor)
Domains are mathematical structures for information and approximation; they combine ordertheoretic, logical, and topological ideas and provide a ... More
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20. Topological and Algebraic Structures in Fuzzy Sets
by Stephen Ernest Rodabaugh (Editor), Erich Peter Klement (Editor)
This volume summarizes recent developments in the topological and algebraic structures in fuzzy sets and may be rightly viewed as a continuation of ... More
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21. After Euclid
by Jesse Norman
What does it mean to have visual intuition? Can we gain geometrical knowledge by using visual reasoning? And if we can, is it because we have a ... More
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25. The Philosophical Status of Diagrams
by Mark Greaves
The use of diagrams in logic and geometry has encountered resistance in recent years. For a proof to be valid in geometry, it must not rely on the ... More
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