A HISTORY OF GREEK MATHEMATICS VOLUME I

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A History Of Greek Mathematics

Author : T. L. Heath
ISBN : 9781108063074
Genre : Mathematics
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Originally published in 1921, this rigorous two-volume work traces ancient Greek mathematics from Thales of Miletus to Diophantus of Alexandria.
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A History Of Greek Mathematics Volume I

Author : Sir Thomas Heath
ISBN : 9780486162690
Genre : Mathematics
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Volume 1 of an authoritative two-volume set that covers the essentials of mathematics and features every landmark innovation and every important figure, including Euclid, Apollonius, Archimedes, and others.
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A History Of Greek Mathematics Volume Ii

Author : Sir Thomas Heath
ISBN : 9780486162652
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Volume 2 of an authoritative two-volume set that covers the essentials of mathematics and features every landmark innovation and every important figure, including Euclid, Apollonius, and others.
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A Short History Of Greek Mathematics

Author : James Gow
ISBN : 9781108009034
Genre : Mathematics
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The complete history of Greek mathematics, from the origins of arithmetic to the key works of Pythagorus, Euclid, and Archimedes.
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A Manual Of Greek Mathematics

Author : Sir Thomas L. Heath
ISBN : 9780486432311
Genre : Mathematics
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Originally published: Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1931; previously published by Dover Publications in 1963.
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Classics In The History Of Greek Mathematics

Author : Jean Christianidis
ISBN : 9781402026409
Genre : Mathematics
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The twentieth century is the period during which the history of Greek mathematics reached its greatest acme. Indeed, it is by no means exaggerated to say that Greek mathematics represents the unique field from the wider domain of the general history of science which was included in the research agenda of so many and so distinguished scholars, from so varied scientific communities (historians of science, historians of philosophy, mathematicians, philologists, philosophers of science, archeologists etc. ), while new scholarship of the highest quality continues to be produced. This volume includes 19 classic papers on the history of Greek mathematics that were published during the entire 20th century and affected significantly the state of the art of this field. It is divided into six self-contained sections, each one with its own editor, who had the responsibility for the selection of the papers that are republished in the section, and who wrote the introduction of the section. It constitutes a kind of a Reader book which is today, one century after the first publications of Tannery, Zeuthen, Heath and the other outstanding figures of the end of the 19th and the beg- ning of 20th century, rather timely in many respects.
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The Beginnings Of Greek Mathematics

Author : A. Szabó
ISBN : 9027708193
Genre : History
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When this book was first published, more than five years ago, I added an appendix on How the Pythagoreans discovered Proposition 11.5 of the 'Elements'. I hoped that this appendix, although different in some ways from the rest of the book, would serve to illustrate the kind of research which needs to be undertaken, if we are to acquire a new understanding of the historical development of Greek mathematics. It should perhaps be mentioned that this book is not intended to be an introduction to Greek mathematics for the general reader; its aim is to bring the problems associated with the early history of deductive science to the attention of classical scholars, and historians and philos ophers of science. I should like to conclude by thanking my translator, Mr. A. M. Ungar, who worked hard to produce something more than a mechanical translation. Much of his work was carried out during the year which I spent at Stanford as a fellow of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. This enabled me to supervise the work of transla tion as it progressed. I am happy to express my gratitude to the Center for providing me with this opportunity. Arpad Szabo NOTE ON REFERENCES The following books are frequently referred to in the notes. Unless otherwise stated, the editions are those given below. Burkert, W. Weisheit und Wissensclzaft, Studien zu Pythagoras, Philo laos und Platon, Nuremberg 1962.
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