Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times - Vol. 2

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the Three-Volume Paperback Edition of Mathematical Thought vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Pubhsher's Note to This Three-Volume Paperback Edition *
  • 18 - Mathematics as of 1700 391
  • Bibliography 399
  • 19 - Calculus in the Eighteenth Century 400
  • Bibliography 434
  • 20 - Infinite Series 436
  • Bibliography 466
  • 21 - Ordinary Differential Equations in the Eighteenth Century 468
  • Bibliography 501
  • 22 - Partial Differential Equations in the Eighteenth Century 502
  • Bibliography 543
  • 23 - Analytic and Differential Geometry in the Eighteenth Century 544
  • Bibliography 571
  • 24 - The Calculus of Variations in the Eighteenth Century 573
  • Bibliography 590
  • 25 - Algebra in the Eighteenth Century 592
  • Bibliography 612
  • 26 - Mathematics as of 1800 614
  • Bibliography 625
  • 27 - Functions of a Complex Variable 626
  • Bibliography 669
  • 28 - Partial Differential Equations in the Nineteenth Century 671
  • Bibliography 707
  • 29 - Ordinary Differential Equations in the Nineteenth Century 709
  • Bibliography 738
  • 30 - The Calculus of Variations in the Nineteenth Century 739
  • Bibliography 750
  • 31 - Galois Theory 752
  • Bibliography 770
  • 32 - Quaternions, Vectors, and Linear Associative Algebras 772
  • Bibliography 794
  • 33 - Determinants and Matrices 795
  • Bibliography 812
  • Abbreviations i
  • Name Index iii
  • Subject Index xiii
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