Evolution of Mathematical Concepts
unique exploration of the evolutionary
development of modern mathematics.
Rather than conducting a
survey of the history or philosophy
of mathematics, the author envisions mathematics as a
broad cultural phenomenon. His treatment examines and
illustrates how such concepts as number and length were
affected by historic and social events.
Reprint of the John Wiley Sons, New York, 1973 edition.
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