5 edition of Essays on Early Medieval Mathematics found in the catalog.
May 2003 by Variorum .
Written in English
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Essays on Early Medieval Mathematics is part of the Variorum Collected Studies series, which reproduces papers directly from their original (sometimes quite obscure) sources, preserving even the original pagination.
(This is intended to make it easier to trace references to the papers, but it does mean that we get a book that isn't as pleasant to the eye.). Essays on Early Medieval Mathematics by Menso Folkerts,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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This work is a continuation of his previous Essays on Early Medieval Mathematics: The Latin Tradition (), which concentrated on European developments from the eighth to the eleventh centuries.
Two of his articles in this collection appear, for. The successors of the Greeks in the history of mathematics were the Hindus of India. The Hindu civilization’s record in mathematics dates from about B.C., but became significant only after influenced by the Greek’s achievements.
They contributed a lot and most of them were very useful in the development of the field. The chapters in this book are chiefly concerned with English and Scottish writings of the 14th and 15th centuries.
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This book was originally published by Sheed and Ward, London, in It consisted of twelve essays, six of which were given Essays on Early Medieval Mathematics book the Forwood Lectures at Liverpool University inand an additional six essays collected in the edition.5/5(4).
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Menso Folkerts, Essays on Early Medieval Mathematics: The Latin Tradition (Aldershot: Ashgate, ). £ ISBN 0–––4. Like other Variorum volumes, this one builds on earlier essays by the author. In contrast to the norm, however, most of Folkerts’ were originally published in German and most of these have been.
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This volume of essays is dedicated to Wilbur Knorr, an outstanding historian of science whose career was cut short much too early. Inspired by Knorr’s work, this volume concentrates on the history of ancient mathematics, the associated mathematical sciences, and their medieval and modern volume emulates the quality and diverse interests of Knorr’s innovative.
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Medieval mathematics (roughly –) Medieval mathematics was on the whole far removed from anything that we think of as mathematics today. Indeed to study this period at all you need to be prepared to enter a world whose preconceptions, political, religious, or mathematical, were very different from our own.
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