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by Abe Shenitzer,Detlef Laugwitz


Laugwitz describes Riemann’s development of a conceptual approach to mathematics at a time when conventional .

Laugwitz describes Riemann’s development of a conceptual approach to mathematics at a time when conventional algorithmic thinking dictated that formulas and figures, rigid constructs, and transformations of terms were the only legitimate means of studying mathematical objects. David Hilbert gave prominence to the Riemannian principle of utilizing thought, not calculation, to achieve proofs .

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Detlef Laugwitz, Abe Shenitzer. The name of Bernard Riemann is well known to mathematicians and physicists around the world.

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Modern Birkh~user Classics. Turning Points in the Conception of Mathematics. BERNHARD RIEMANN (1826-1866). Bernhard R~. o. emann.

He points out the parallel between Klein’s attempted classication and the twentieth-century systematization of Bourbaki, wisely noting, We realize the fruitfulness of bringing conceptually distinct things under one roof but also the dangers of dogmatism.

Bernhard Riemann (1826-1866) is a central figure in the history of.The 1999 translation by Abe Shenitzer into English is especially welcome.

Bernhard Riemann (1826-1866) is a central figure in the history of mathematics. Laugwitz's 1996 book in German is an excellent place to begin a study of his life, work, and influence. The 1999 translation by Abe Shenitzer into English is especially welcome, because previous works by Riemann or directly related to Riemann are mainly in German. Laugwitz's book is divided into five parts with titles and approximate page lengths as follows. 0. Introduction (60) 1. Complex Analysis (120) 2. Real Analysis (40) 3. Geometry; Physics; Philosophy (70) 4 Turning points in the conception of mathematics (50). Throughout the book, a single theme is hit hard.

The works of early contributors to the mechanistic view are examined for instances of contribution from commercial experience to the modern notion of general magnitude and its relevance for physics and away from Euclidean mathematical concepts. Considerations on the use of mathematics in modeling activities.

The name of Bernard Riemann is well known to mathematicians and physicists around the world. His name is indelibly stamped on the literature of mathematics and physics. This remarkable work, rich in insight and scholarship, is addressed to mathematicians, physicists, and philosophers interested in mathematics. It seeks to draw those readers closer to the underlying ideas of Riemann’s work and to the development of them in their historical context. This illuminating English-language version of the original German edition will be an important contribution to the literature of the history of mathematics.

Bernhard Riemann 1826–1866: Turning Points in the Conception of Mathematics (Modern Birkhäuser Classics) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0817647766

ISBN: 0817647767

Author: Abe Shenitzer,Detlef Laugwitz

Category: Math and Science

Subcategory: Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: Birkhäuser (January 21, 2008)

Pages: 357 pages

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Garr
From what I understand this is the most authoritative book on Riemann. Its got good information and is well researched, but its a hard read. The organization seems slightly chaotic at times. The constant passages in German are unnecessary and distracting. Its a hard read. But ultimately it gives some great information. Also, it lacks an appendix to look up where various terms are used (e.g. tensor). Its also quite expensive.
Garr
From what I understand this is the most authoritative book on Riemann. Its got good information and is well researched, but its a hard read. The organization seems slightly chaotic at times. The constant passages in German are unnecessary and distracting. Its a hard read. But ultimately it gives some great information. Also, it lacks an appendix to look up where various terms are used (e.g. tensor). Its also quite expensive.
Kanek
There are a lot of interesting details about Riemann as a person, his early family life, health problems and somewhat complaining personality. I had to go back and review a lot of math, particularly complex variables, before I could understand any of the mathematics.
Kanek
There are a lot of interesting details about Riemann as a person, his early family life, health problems and somewhat complaining personality. I had to go back and review a lot of math, particularly complex variables, before I could understand any of the mathematics.
romrom
For me this is the best book to know, from just one source, the great mathematician Bernhard Riemann. His life and work are presented not just for experts, but for those that want to know him without make a deep research.
romrom
For me this is the best book to know, from just one source, the great mathematician Bernhard Riemann. His life and work are presented not just for experts, but for those that want to know him without make a deep research.