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Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Learn more at Author Central. Die Entstehung des Mathematiklehrerberufs im The author examines how concepts were generalized and differentiated and pays particular attention to the role of symbolism. A Survey of the Almagest Olaf Pedersen. By researching the development of the concept of negative and infinitely small numbers, the book provides a productive unity to a large number of historical sources.
Review Text From the reviews: Are you an author? Please try your request again later. This approach permits a nuanced analysis of the meaning of mathematical ideas as conceived of by 18th and 19th century scientists, while illustrating the authors’ actions within the context of their respective cultural and scientific communities.
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Conflicts Between Generalization, Rigor, and Intuition: Induring research in the archive of the Ecole polytechnique, my schubrinv was drawn to the way in which the massive rupture that took place in precipitating the change back to the synthetic method and replacing the limit method by the method of the quantites infiniment petites-significantly altered the teaching of analysis at this first modern institution of higher education, an institution originally founded as a citadel of the analytic method.
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Amazon Advertising Shubring, attract, and engage customers. The result is a highly readable study of conceptual history and a new model for the cultural history of mathematics. Available to ship in days. Get to Know Us. The Scientific Correspondence of H. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Back cover copy Conflicts Between Generalization, Rigor, and Intuition undertakes a historical analysis of the development of two mathematical concepts -negative numbers and infinitely small quantities, mainly in France and Germany, but also in Britain, and the different paths taken there.
Description This volume is, as may be readily apparent, the fruit of many years’ labor in archives and libraries, unearthing rare books, researching Nachlasse, and above all, systematic comparative analysis of fecund sources.
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