| Preface to the Second Edition ||xi|
| Introduction: Paradoxes of the Infinite ||1|
|1 Paradoxes of the infinitely small ||3|
|2 Paradoxes of the infinitely big ||5|
|3 Paradoxes of the one and the many ||9|
|4 Paradoxes of thought about the infinite ||11|
|1 Anaximander and to apeiron||17|
|5 Early Greek mathematics ||28|
|3 The solution: the potential infinite and the actual infinite ||39|
|4 Application of the solution ||40|
|5 A remaining difficulty ||44|
|3 Medieval and Renaissance Thought ||45|
|1 The Greek legacy: reactions and developments ||45|
|3 Later developments: the mathematically infinite ||50|
|4 Nicholas of Cusa. The end of the Renaissance ||55|
|1 The fundamental principles of the calculus ||57|
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Book title: The Infinite.
Contributors: A. W. Moore - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1991.
Page number: vii.
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