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Moritz R.E. — On Mathematics and Mathematicians
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Название: On Mathematics and Mathematicians

Автор: Moritz R.E.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Математика/

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Год издания: 1958

Количество страниц: 418

Добавлена в каталог: 11.03.2013

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Предметный указатель
Abbott      1001
Abstract method, Development of      729
Abstract nature of m., Reason for      638
Abstract reasoning, Objection to      1941
Abstractness, math., Compared with logical      1304
Adams, Henry, M. and history      1699
Adams, John, Method in m.      226
Aeneid, Euler’s knowledge of      859
Aeschylus. On number      1606
Aim in teaching m.      501—508 517 844
Airy, Pythagorean theorem      2126
Akenside      1632
Alexander      901 902
Algebra      Chapter XVII
Algebra, Advantages of      1701 1703 1705
Algebra, and geometry      525—527 1610 1707
Algebra, As an art      1711
Algebra, Burlesque on modern      1741
Algebra, Definitions of      110 1714 1715
Algebra, Designations of      1717
Algebra, Hume on      1863
Algebra, laws of      1708—1710
Algebra, Of use to grown men      425
Algebra, Origin of      1736
Algebra, Problems in      320 530 1738
Algebra, Review of      1713
Algebraic notation, value of      1213 1214
Algebraic treatises, How to read      601
Amusements in m.      904 905
Anagrams, On De Morgan      947
Anagrams, On Domus Lescinia      2155
Anagrams, On Flamsteed      968
Anagrams, On Macaulay      996
Anagrams, On Nelson      2153
Anagrams, On Newton      1028
Anagrams, On Voltaire      2154
Analysis, Invigorates the faculty of resolution      416
Analysis, Relation of geometry to      1931
Analytical geometry      1889 1890 1893
Analytical geometry, Burlesque on      2040
Analytical geometry, Importance of      949
Analytical geometry, Method of      310
Ancient geometry, Characteristics of      712 714
Ancient geometry, Compared with modem      1711— 1716
Ancient geometry, Method of      1425 1873—1875
Ancients, M. among the      321
And Plato      1427
Anecdotes, Chapters      IX X
Anger, M. destroys predisposition to      458
Angling like m.      739
Anglo-Danes, Aptitude for m.      836
Anglo-Saxons, Aptitude for m.      837
Anglo-Saxons, Newton as representative of      1014
Anonymous, Song of the screw      1894
Applied m.      1312
Appolonius      712 714
Approximate m., Why not sufficient      1518
Aptitude for m.      509 510 520 836—838 976 1617
Arabic notation      1614
Arago, M. the enemy of scientific romances      267
Arago, M. the enemy of scientific romances, Euler as a computer      962
Arago, M. the enemy of scientific romances, Euler, “analysis incarnate”      961
Arago, M. the enemy of scientific romances, Geometry as an instrument      1868
Arago, M. the enemy of scientific romances, Newton’s efforts superhuman      1006
Arago, M. the enemy of scientific romances, On Kepler’s discovery      982
Arago, M. the enemy of scientific romances, On probabilities      1591
Arbuthnot, M. compared to music      1112
Arbuthnot, M. frees from prejudice, credulity and superstition      449
Arbuthnot, M. the friend of religion      468
Arbuthnot, On math, reasoning      1603
Archimedes, And engineering      908
Archimedes, Character of his work      912 913
Archimedes, Compared with Newton      911
Archimedes, Death of      909
Archimedes, Estimate of math, appliances      904—906 908
Archimedes, His machines      903 904
Archimedes, His tomb      910
Archimedes, Schiller on      907
Archimedes, Wordsworth on      906
Architecture and m.      276
Archytas      904
Aristippus the Cyrenaic      845
Aristotle      914
Aristotle, On relation of m. to esthetics      318
Arithmetic      Chapter XVI
Arithmetic, A master-key      1571
Arithmetic, As logic      1624 1625
Arithmetic, Based on concept of time      1613
Arithmetic, Definitions of      106 110 1611 1612 1714
Arithmetic, Emerson on advantage of study of      408
Arithmetic, Higher      1755
Arithmetic, Hume on      1863
Arithmetic, Method of teaching      1618
Arithmetic, Problems in      528
Arithmetic, Purpose of teaching      454 1624
Arithmetic, The queen of m.      1642
Arithmetical theorems      1639
Art, M. as a fine      Chapter XI
Arts, M. and the      1568—1570 1573
Astronomy and m.      1554 1559 1562—1567
Authority in science      1528
Axioms      518 2015
Axioms, And the idea of space      2004
Axioms, Def. in disguise      2005
Axioms, Euclid’s      2007—2010 2014
Axioms, In geometry      1812 2004 2006
Axioms, Nature of      2012
Axioms, Proofs of      2013
Babbage      923
Bacon, Lord, Classification of m.      106
Bacon, Lord, Growth of m.      1611
Bacon, Lord, His knowledge of m.      917 918
Bacon, Lord, His view of m.      916 916
Bacon, Lord, M. and logic      1310
Bacon, Lord, M. cures distraction of mind      412
Bacon, Lord, M. develops concentration of mind      411
Bacon, Lord, M. essential to study of nature      436
Bacon, Lord, M. held in high esteem by ancients      321
Bacon, Lord, M. makes men subtile      248
Bacon, Lord, On the generalizing power of m.      327
Bacon, Lord, On the value of math, studies      410
Bacon, Lord, View of m.      316 915 916
Bacon, Roger, Neglect of m. works injury to all science      310
Bacon, Roger, On the value of m.      1647
Bain, Importance of m. in education      442
Bain, M. and science teaching      622
Bain, On the charm of the study of m.      463
Bain, Teaching of arithmetic      1618
Ball, R. S.      2010
Ball, W. W. R., Advance in physics      1630
Ball, W. W. R., De Morgan and the actuary      946
Ball, W. W. R., Gauss as astronomer      971
Ball, W. W. R., Gauss’s estimate of Newton      1029
Ball, W. W. R., Lagrange, Laplace and Gauss contrasted      993
Ball, W. W. R., Laplace’s “It is easy to see”      986
Ball, W. W. R., M. and philosophy      1417
Ball, W. W. R., Newton’s interest in chemistry and theology      1016
Ball, W. W. R., Notation of the calculus      1904
Ball, W. W. R., On Babbage      923
Ball, W. W. R., On Demoivre’s death      944
Ball, W. W. R., On Newton’s discovery of the calculus      1027
Ball, W. W. R., On Newton’s method of work      1026
Ball, W. W. R., Plato on geometry      1804
Barnett, M. the type of perfect reasoning      307
Barrow, Euclid’s definition of proportion      1836
Barrow, Eulogy of m.      330
Barrow, M. and eloquence      830
Barrow, M. as a discipline of the mind      402
Barrow, On surd numbers      1728
Barrow, On the method of m.      213 227
Barrow, Philosophy and m.      1430
Barrow, Uses of m.      1672
Beattie      1431
Beauty of m.      453 824 1208
Beauty of m., And truth      1114
Beauty of m., Consists in simplicity      242 315
Beauty of m., Kummer on      1111
Beauty of m., Russell on      1104
Beauty of m., Sylvester on      1101
Beauty of m., White on      1119
Beauty of m., Young on      1110
Beltrami, On reading of the masters      614
Berkeley, On fluxions      1916 1942—1944
Berkeley, On geometry as logic      428
Berkeley, On infinite divisibility      1946
Berkeley, On math, symbols      1214
Bernoulli, Daniel      919
Bernoulli, James, Computation of sum of tenth powers of numbers      921
Bernoulli, James, Discussion of logarithmic spiral      922
Bernoulli, James, Legend for his tomb      920 922
Berthelot, M. inspires respect for truth      438
Bija Ganita, Solution of problems      1739
Billingsley, M. beautifies the mind      319
Binary arithmetic      991
Biology and m.      1579—1581
Biot, Laplace’s “It is easy to see”      986
Bocher, Geometry as a natural science      1866
Bocher, Interrelation of m. and logic      1313
Bocher, M. likened to painting      1103
Boeme, On Pythagoras      1866
Bois-Reymond, Natural selection and the calculus      1921
Bois-Reymond, On the analytic method      1893
Boltzmann on      1116
Boltzmann, On beauty in m.      1116
Bolyai, Janos, Duel with officers      924
Bolyai, Janos, Science absolute of space      926
Bolyai, Janos, Universal language      925
Bolyai, Wolfgang      927
Bolyai, Wolfgang, On Gauss      972
Bolzano      928
Bolzano, Cured by Euclid      929
Bolzano, Parallel axiom      2110
Book-keeping, Importance of the art of      1571
Boole, M. E.      719
Boole’s Laws of Thought      1318
Borda-Demoulins, Philosophy and m.      1406
Boswell      981
Bowditch, On Laplace’s “Thus it plainly appears”      986
Boyle, Advantages of algebra      1703
Boyle, Ignorance of m.      1677
Boyle, M. and physiology      1582
Boyle, M. and science      1613 1633
Boyle, Usefulness of m. to physics      437
Boyle, Wings of m.      1626
Brahmagupta, Estimate of m.      320
Brewster, On Euler as a computer      963
Brewster, On Euler’s knowledge of the Aeneid      959
Brewster, On Newton’s fame      1002
Brougham      1202
Buckle, On geometry      1810 1837
Burke, On the value of m.      447
Burkhardt, On discovery in m.      618
Burkhardt, On universal symbolism      1221
Butler, N. M., Geometry before algebra      1871
Butler, N. M., M. demonstrates the supremacy of the human reason      309
Butler, N. M., M. the most astounding intellectual creation      707
Butler, Samuel      2118
Byerly, On hyperbolic functions      1929
Cajori, On Bolyai      927
Cajori, On the value of the history of m.      616
Calculating machines      1641
Calculation, Importance of      602
Calculation, Not the sole object of m.      268
Calculus      Chapter XIX
Calculus, As a method      309
Calculus, Foundation of      253
Calculus, May be taught at an early age      519 1917 1918
Cambridge m.      836 1210
Cantor, On freedom in m.      205 207
Cantor, On the character of Gauss’s writing      976
Cantor, On the infinite      1962
Cantor, Zeno’s problem      1938
Carlisle life tables      946
Carnot, On limiting ratios      1908
Carnot, On the infinitesimal method      1907
Carson, Value of geometrical training      1841
Cartesian method      1889 1890
Carus, Estimate of m.      326
Carus, M. reveals supernatural God      460
Carus, Non-euclidean geometry      2016
Carus, Number and nature      1603
Carus, Zero and infinity      1948
Cathedral, “Petrified mathematics”      1110
Causation in m.      251 254
Cayley, Advantage of modem geometry over ancient      711
Cayley, Compared with Euler      934
Cayley, Forsyth on      932—934
Cayley, Hermite on      935
Cayley, His estimate of quaternions      937
Cayley, His method      933
Cayley, His style      932
Cayley, His view of Euclid      936
Cayley, M. and philosophy      1420
Cayley, Noether on      931
Cayley, On the imaginary      722
Cayley, Sylvester on      930
Cayley’s view of Euclid      936
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On Euler’s math, power      964
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On Indian m.      1737
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On modem calculation      1614
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On music and m. among the Pythagoreans      1130
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On Napier’s rule      1888
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On review in arithmetic      1713
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On Sylvester’s first class at Johns Hopkins      1031
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On the characteristics of ancient geometry      1873
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On the Darmstaetter prize      967
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On the extent of Euler’s work      960
Cayley’s view of Euclid, On the greatest achievement of the Hindoos      1615
Certainty of m.      222 1440—1442 1628 1863
Chamisso, Pythagorean theorem      1856
Chancellor, M. develops observation, imagination and reason      433
Chapman, Different aspects of m.      266
Characteristics of m.      225 229 247 263
Characteristics of modern m.      720 724—729
Charm in m.      1115 1640 1848
Chasles, Advantage of modern geometry over ancient      712
Checks in m.      230
Chemistry and m.      1520 1560 1561 1750
Chess, M. like      840
Chrystal, Definition of m.      113
Chrystal, Definition of quantity      116
Chrystal, His algebra      635
Chrystal, How to read m.      607
Chrystal, On Bernoulli’s numbers      921
Chrystal, On Horner’s method      1744
Chrystal, On math, versus logical abstractness      1304
Chrystal, On modem text-books      633
Chrystal, On probabilities      1967
Chrystal, On problem solving      631
Chrystal, On universal arithmetic      1717
Chrystal, Rules of algebra      1710
Cicero, Decadence of geometry among Romans      1807
Circle, properties of      1852 1857
Circle-squarers      2108 2109
Clarke, Descriptive geometry      1882
Classic problems, Hilbert on      627
Clebsch, On math, research      644
Clifford, On direct usefulness of math, results      662
Colburn      967
Coleridge, M. the quintessence of truth      2019
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