Men of Mathematics
by E.T. Bell
Publisher: Archive.org 1937
Nature Professor E. T. Bell has written a fascinating book. The amount of biographical details and of mathematics that he has compressed into a volume of 600 pages is extraordinary ... he carries the reader along; he whets the appetite.
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by George Johnston Allman - Dublin University Press
The founders of Greek philosophy -- Thales and Pythagoras -- were also the founders of Greek Science, and from the time of Thales to that of Euclid, the development of science was, for the most part, the work of the Greek philosophers ...
by Thomas Little Heath - Clarendon Press
It is the author's confident hope that this book will give a fresh interest to the story of Greek mathematics in the eyes both of mathematicians and of classical scholars. Greek mathematics reveals an important aspect of the Greek genius.
by W. B. Frankland - George Newnes
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by Karl Fink - Open Court Publishing Company
The book is intended to give students of mathematics an historical survey of the elementary parts of this science and to furnish the teacher of the elements opportunity to review connectedly points for the most part long familiar to him.