Book ID: CBB000831311

Ernst Zermelo: An Approach to His Life and Work (2007)


Ebbinghaus, Heinz-Dieter (Author)
Peckhaus, Volker (Author)


Publication Date: 2007
Physical Details: xiv + 356 pp.; ill.; bibl.
Language: English

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Review Grattan-Guinness, I. (2009) Review of "Ernst Zermelo: An Approach to His Life and Work". History and Philosophy of Logic (pp. 99-100). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Moore, Gregory H.
Ebbinghaus, Heinz-Dieter
Grattan-Guinness, Ivor
Peckhaus, Volker
Badesa, Calixto
Biggs, Norman L.
Historia Mathematica
History and Philosophy of Logic
Archive for History of Exact Sciences
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
Journal of Philosophical Logic
British Journal for the History of Mathematics
Princeton University Press
Oxford University
University of Toronto
Oxford University Press
Set theory
Mathematical physics
Discipline formation
Zermelo, Ernst
Cantor, Georg Ferdinand Ludwig
Russell, Bertrand Arthur William
Gödel, Kurt
Hilbert, David
Lebesgue, Henri
Time Periods
20th century
20th century, early
19th century
18th century
Great Britain
Milan (Italy)

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