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Article
**Christine Chambris; Jana Visnovska**
(2022)

On the history of units in French elementary school arithmetic: The case of proportionality.
*Historia Mathematica*
(pp. 99-118).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB935801822/)

Article
**Saul A. Kripke**
(2022)

Mathematical Incompleteness Results in First-Order Peano Arithmetic: A Revisionist View of the Early History.
*History and Philosophy of Logic*
(pp. 175-182).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB257161891/)

Article
**Jemma Lorenat**
(2022)

An Okapi Hypothesis: Non-Euclidean Geometry and the Professional Expert in American Mathematics.
*Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences*
(pp. 85-107).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB066890396/)

Article
**C. D. McCoy**
(2022)

The Constitution of Weyl’s Pure Infinitesimal World Geometry.
*HOPOS*
(pp. 189-208).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB575014368/)

Article
**Jan Halák**
(2022)

Mathematics embodied: Merleau-Ponty on geometry and algebra as fields of motor enaction.
*Synthese*
(p. 34).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB074170500/)

Book
**Marek Otisk; Seweryn Blandzi**
(2022)

Arithmetic in the Thought of Gerbert of Aurillac.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB297614128/)

Article
**Colin McCullough-Benner**
(2022)

Applying unrigorous mathematics: Heaviside's operational calculus.
*Studies in History and Philosophy of Science*
(pp. 113-124).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB372610891/)

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**N H Bingham; W J Krzanowski**
(2022)

Linear algebra and multivariate analysis in statistics: development and interconnections in the twentieth century.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 43-63).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB456363893/)

Article
**Andrea Del Centina**
(2022)

Carnot’s theory of transversals and its applications by Servois and Brianchon: the awakening of synthetic geometry in France.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 45-128).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB805193826/)

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**Alberto Cogliati**
(2022)

Vitali’s generalized absolute differential calculus.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 15-43).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB174947474/)

Article
**Anderson Nakano**
(2021)

On Ramsey’s reason to amend Principia Mathematica’s logicism and Wittgenstein’s reaction.
*Synthese*
(pp. 2629-2646).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB314453813/)

Article
**Oscar M. Esquisabel; Federico Raffo Quintana**
(2021)

Fiction, possibility and impossibility: three kinds of mathematical fictions in Leibniz’s work.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 613-647).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB813371353/)

Article
**Eduardo N. Giovannini**
(2021)

David Hilbert and the foundations of the theory of plane area.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 649-698).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB044087153/)

Article
**Jean-Yves Briend**
(2021)

Mathématiques en perspective: Desargues, la Hire, le Poîvre.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 699-736).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB462744436/)

Book
**Susan James**
(2021)

Life and Death in Early Modern Philosophy.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB596785213/)

Article
**Jacques Bair; Piotr Błaszczyk; Robert Ely; et al.**
(2021)

Procedures of Leibnizian infinitesimal calculus: an account in three modern frameworks.
*British Journal for the History of Mathematics*
(pp. 170-209).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB016796401/)

Book
**Niccolò Guicciardini**
(2021)

Anachronisms in the History of Mathematics: Essays on the Historical Interpretation of Mathematical Texts.
(/p/isis/citation/CBB653765922/)

Article
**Walter Carnielli**
(2021)

How AI can be surprisingly dangerous for the philosophy of mathematics— and of science.
*Circumscribere: International Journal for the History of Science*
(pp. 1-12).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB364782602/)

Article
**Jan Vrhovski**
(2021)

‘Qinghua School of Logic’: Mathematical Logic at Qinghua University in Peking, 1926–1945.
*History and Philosophy of Logic*
(pp. 247-261).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB138107081/)

Article
**Jan Vrhovski**
(2021)

On Infinitesimals and Indefinitely Cut Wooden Sticks: A Chinese Debate on ‘Mathematical Logic’ and Russell’s Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy from 1925.
*History and Philosophy of Logic*
(pp. 262-280).
(/p/isis/citation/CBB635980926/)

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