A History

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

The idea may seem quixotic, but it is nevertheless the author's confident hope that this book will give a fresh interest to the story of Greek mathematics in the eyes both of mathematicians and of classical scholars.

For the mathematician the important consideration is that the foundations of mathematics and a great portion of its content are Greek. The Greeks laid down the first principles, invented the methods ab init'io, and fixed the terminology. Mathematics in short is a Greek science, whatever new developments modern analysis has brought or may bring.

PIBN | 10018761 |

ISBN | 978-1-330-36456-7 |

ISBN (Hardcover) | 978-0-260-63207-4 |

Language | English |

Category | Geometry |

Pages | 460 |

Words | 148564 |

Vocabulary | 3535 |

The

Foundations

of Geometry

Foundations

of Geometry

Diophantus

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

The Elements

of EuclidFor the Use of Schools and Colleges; Comprising

the First Six Books and Portions of the Eleventh and

Twelfth Books; With Notes, an Appendix, and Exercises

of EuclidFor the Use of Schools and Colleges; Comprising

the First Six Books and Portions of the Eleventh and

Twelfth Books; With Notes, an Appendix, and Exercises

The Works of

ArchimedesEdited in Modern Notation,

With Introductory Chapters

ArchimedesEdited in Modern Notation,

With Introductory Chapters

Euclid's

Elements of

GeometryEdited for the Syndics of the Press

Elements of

GeometryEdited for the Syndics of the Press

The Mathematical

Principles of

Natural PhilosophyTo Which Are Added, Newton's System

of the World; A Short Comment

on and Defence of the Principia

Vol. 1 of 3

Principles of

Natural PhilosophyTo Which Are Added, Newton's System

of the World; A Short Comment

on and Defence of the Principia

Vol. 1 of 3

Euclid's Elements

of GeometryTo Which Is Added a Compendium of

Algebra, Also a Compendium of Trigonometry

of GeometryTo Which Is Added a Compendium of

Algebra, Also a Compendium of Trigonometry

The Thirteen

Books of Euclid’s

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Introduction and Books I, II

Vol. 1

Books of Euclid’s

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Introduction and Books I, II

Vol. 1

The Thirteen

Books of Euclid's

ElementsBooks III-IX

Vol. 2

Books of Euclid's

ElementsBooks III-IX

Vol. 2

The Thirteen

Books of Euclid's

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Books X-XIII and Appendix

Vol. 3

Books of Euclid's

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Books X-XIII and Appendix

Vol. 3

A History

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Aristarchus to Diophantus

Vol. 2

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Aristarchus to Diophantus

Vol. 2

Famous Geometrical

Theorems

and ProblemsWith Their History

Theorems

and ProblemsWith Their History

Selections

Illustrating the

History of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1 of 2

Illustrating the

History of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1 of 2

Indian

Mathematics

Mathematics

Introduction

to QuaternionsWith Numerous Examples

to QuaternionsWith Numerous Examples

Geometry and

TrigonometryGeometry, Plane Trigonometry,

Natural Trigonometric Functions,

Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions

TrigonometryGeometry, Plane Trigonometry,

Natural Trigonometric Functions,

Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions

A Treatise on

the Circle and

the Sphere

the Circle and

the Sphere

Archimedes

The First Six Books

of the Elements

of EuclidWith Notes

of the Elements

of EuclidWith Notes

Geometry the Elements of Euclid

and Legendre Simplified and

Arranged to Exclude From

Geomtrical Reasoning the Reductio

Ad Absurdum; With the Elements of

Plane and Spherical Trigonometry,

and Exercises in Elementary

Geometry and Trigonometry

and Legendre Simplified and

Arranged to Exclude From

Geomtrical Reasoning the Reductio

Ad Absurdum; With the Elements of

Plane and Spherical Trigonometry,

and Exercises in Elementary

Geometry and Trigonometry

The Pythagorean

TriangleOr the Science of Numbers

TriangleOr the Science of Numbers

A Short History

of Greek

Mathematics

of Greek

Mathematics

The Lost Language

of SymbolismAn Inquiry Into the Origin of

Certain Letters, Words, Names,

Fairy-Tales, Folklore, and Mythologies

Vol. 1

of SymbolismAn Inquiry Into the Origin of

Certain Letters, Words, Names,

Fairy-Tales, Folklore, and Mythologies

Vol. 1

A History

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

Euclid’s Elements

of GeometryBooks I. II. III. IV. Vi. And Portions of Books

V. And XI., With Notes, Examples, Exercises,

Appendices and a Collection of Examination Papers

of GeometryBooks I. II. III. IV. Vi. And Portions of Books

V. And XI., With Notes, Examples, Exercises,

Appendices and a Collection of Examination Papers

The Fourth

Dimension

Dimension

Geometric

Exercises in

Paper Folding

Exercises in

Paper Folding

Spherical

TrigonometryFor Colleges and Secondary Schools

TrigonometryFor Colleges and Secondary Schools

Greek Geometry

From Thales

to Euclid

From Thales

to Euclid

The Elements of

Euclid, Viz; The

First Six BooksTogether With the Eleventh and Twelfth; The Errors, by Which

Theon, or Others, Have Long Ago Vitiated These Books, Are

Corrected, and Some of Euclid's Demonstrations Are Restored;

Also, the Book of Euclid's Data, in Like Manner Corrected

Euclid, Viz; The

First Six BooksTogether With the Eleventh and Twelfth; The Errors, by Which

Theon, or Others, Have Long Ago Vitiated These Books, Are

Corrected, and Some of Euclid's Demonstrations Are Restored;

Also, the Book of Euclid's Data, in Like Manner Corrected

Projective

Geometry

Vol. 1

Geometry

Vol. 1

The Elements

of Plane

Geometry

of Plane

Geometry

Syllabus of

Plane GeometryCorresponding to Euclid, Books I-Vi

Plane GeometryCorresponding to Euclid, Books I-Vi

The Axioms

of Projective

Geometry

of Projective

Geometry

The First Six

Books of the

Elements of EuclidIn Which Coloured Diagrams and

Symbols Are Used Instead of Letters

for the Greater Ease of Learners

Books of the

Elements of EuclidIn Which Coloured Diagrams and

Symbols Are Used Instead of Letters

for the Greater Ease of Learners

EuclidBooks I, II

A History

of Japanese

Mathematics

of Japanese

Mathematics

Elements of

GeometryBeing Chiefly a Selection From Playfair's

Geometry, With Additions and Improvements

GeometryBeing Chiefly a Selection From Playfair's

Geometry, With Additions and Improvements

Space-Time-Matter

Projective

Geometry

Vol. 2

Geometry

Vol. 2

The Elements

of EuclidFor the Use of Schools and Colleges

of EuclidFor the Use of Schools and Colleges

The Secret

of Plato's

Atlantis

of Plato's

Atlantis

NumbersTheir Occult Power and Mystic Virtues

Elementary

Geometry

Plane

Geometry

Plane

Solid

Geometry

Geometry