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The Legacy of Mario Pieri in Foundations and Philosophy of Mathematics

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The Legacy of Mario Pieri in Foundations and Philosophy of Mathematics

The Legacy of Mario Pieri in Foundations and Philosophy of Mathematics by Elena Anne Corie Marchisotto
English | PDF | 2021 | 622 Pages | ISBN : 0817648224 | 16.1 MB

The Italian mathematician Mario Pieri (1860–1913) played a major role in the development of algebraic geometry and foundations of mathematics around the turn of the twentieth century. This volume is the second in a series intended to make Pieri’s research in diverse fields—mathematical logic and philosophy of mathematics, foundations of projective, inversive, and elementary geometry, algebraic and differential geometry, and vector analysis—accessible to today’s scholars and to assess its importance (yet little recognized) in historical and modern contexts.

Mathematics, Logic, and their Philosophies: Essays in Honour of Mohammad Ardeshir

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Mathematics, Logic, and their Philosophies: Essays in Honour of Mohammad Ardeshir

Mathematics, Logic, and their Philosophies: Essays in Honour of Mohammad Ardeshir by Mojtaba Mojtahedi
English | PDF,EPUB | 2021 | 492 Pages | ISBN : 303053653X | 43.3 MB

This volume is a collection of essays in honour of Professor Mohammad Ardeshir. It examines topics which, in one way or another, are connected to the various aspects of his multidisciplinary research interests.

Wittgenstein’s Annotations to Hardy’s Course of Pure Mathematics

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Wittgenstein’s Annotations to Hardy’s Course of Pure Mathematics

Wittgenstein’s Annotations to Hardy’s Course of Pure Mathematics: An Investigation of Wittgenstein’s Non-Extensionalist Understanding of the Real Numbers by Juliet Floyd
English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 330 Pages | ISBN : 3030484807 | 21 MB

This monograph examines the private annotations that Ludwig Wittgenstein made to his copy of G.H. Hardy’s classic textbook, A Course of Pure Mathematics. Complete with actual images of the annotations, it gives readers a more complete picture of Wittgenstein’s remarks on irrational numbers, which have only been published in an excerpted form and, as a result, have often been unjustly criticized.