About this book series

Providing captivating insights into facets of the recent history of mathematics, the volumes in this subseries of LNM explore interesting developments of the past 200 years or so of research in this science. Their aim is to emphasize the evolution of its intellectual discourse, the emergence of new concepts and problems, the ground-breaking innovations, the human interactions, and the surrounding events that all contributed to weave the backdrop of today’s research and teaching in mathematics. These high-level and largely informal accounts will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in the mathematical sciences, in the history or the philosophy of mathematics, and to anyone who seeks to understand the historical  growth of the discipline.
Part of this series
Lecture Notes in Mathematics
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Series Editor
  • Patrick Popescu-Pampu

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