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**Moore, Gregory H.**
(2008)

The Emergence of Open Sets, Closed Sets, and Limit Points in Analysis and Topology.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 220).
(/isis/citation/CBB000950203/)

Article
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(2007)

The Evolution of the Concept of Homeomorphism.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 333).
(/isis/citation/CBB000772446/)

Book
**Brobjer, Thomas H.; Moore, Gregory**
(2004)

Nietzsche and Science.
(/isis/citation/CBB000470083/)

Chapter
**Moore, Gregory**
(2004)

Introduction.
In: *Nietzsche and Science*
(p. 1).
(/isis/citation/CBB000450136/)

Chapter
**Moore, Gregory**
(2004)

Nietzsche, Medicine, and Meteorology.
In: *Nietzsche and Science*
(p. 71).
(/isis/citation/CBB000450139/)

Article
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(2002)

Hilbert on the Infinite: The Role of Set Theory in the Evolution of Hilbert's Thought.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 40).
(/isis/citation/CBB000200290/)

Book
**Moore, Gregory**
(2002)

Nietzsche, Biology, and Metaphor.
(/isis/citation/CBB000401086/)

Book
**Gödel, Kurt; Feferman, Solomon; Dawson, John W., Jr.; et al.**
(2001)

Collected Works, Volume 1: Publications, 1929--1936.
(/isis/citation/CBB000630371/)

Article
Sobre la historia de la lógica matemática
(1997).
*Theoria (0495-4548)*
(pp. 7-160).
(/isis/citation/CBB000072574/)

Chapter
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(1997)

The prehistory of infinitary logic, 1885-1955.
In: *The Tenth International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Florence, August 1995. Edited by Dalla Chiara, Maria Luisa, Doets, Kees, Mundici, Daniele, and Benthem, Johan van. Volume 1: Logic and scientific methods. Volume 2: Structures and norms in science*
(p. 105).
(/isis/citation/CBB000072130/)

Book
**Hintikka, Jaakko**
(1995)

From Dedekind to Gödel: Essays on the development of the foundations of mathematics.
(/isis/citation/CBB000079044/)

Article
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(1995)

The axiomatization of linear algebra: 1875-1940.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 262-303).
(/isis/citation/CBB000069753/)

Book
**Winchester, Ian; Blackwell, Kenneth**
(1989)

Antinomies and paradoxes: Studies in Russell's early philosophy.
(/isis/citation/CBB000062699/)

Chapter
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(1989)

Towards a history of Cantor's Continuum Problem.
In: *The history of modern mathematics*
(p. 79).
(/isis/citation/CBB000061814/)

Book
**Aspray, William; Kitcher, Philip**
(1988)

History and philosophy of modern mathematics.
(/isis/citation/CBB000054311/)

Chapter
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(1987)

A house divided against itself: The emergence of first-order logic as the basis for mathematics.
In: *Studies in the history of mathematics*
(p. 98).
(/isis/citation/CBB000043096/)

Chapter
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(1983)

Lebesgue's measure problem and Zermelo's axiom of choice: The mathematical effects of a philosophical dispute.
In: *History and philosophy of science: Selected papers*
(p. 129).
(/isis/citation/CBB000011154/)

Book
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(1982)

Zermelo's axiom of choice: Its origins, development, and influence.
(/isis/citation/CBB000026854/)

Article
**Moore, Gregory H.; Garciadiego, Alejandro**
(1981)

Burali-Forti's paradox: A reappraisal of its origins.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 319-350).
(/isis/citation/CBB000013259/)

Article
**Moore, Gregory H.**
(1980)

Beyond first-order logic: The historical interplay between mathematical logic and axiomatic set theory.
*History and Philosophy of Logic*
(pp. 95-137).
(/isis/citation/CBB000002776/)

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