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This series is devoted to topics in mathematics, logic and physics around 1900. It provides a venue where philosophers, logicians and historians of science can present annotated sources or philosophical and scientific trends and problems of the period. While the series is open to all historical authors in the field, the aim is to provide a more integrated picture of the era by including the works of lesser-known authors or trends, provided they are presented from a current research perspective. The publication language is English, except for certain sources.

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Publications des Archives Henri Poincaré Publications of the Henri Poincaré Archives
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