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The course will provide a survey of a selected topic in the history of mathematics 1770-1900. Examples of subjects that have been covered in the past include the development of conceptual foundations of analysis, the history of mathematical mechanics, and the history of mathematical logic. Emphasis will be placed on the technical and conceptual development of mathematics, although philosophical and social influences on mathematical practice will also be considered.

 

Course Information

  • Course Code: HPS4018H
  • Course Instructor: Craig Fraser
  • Course Delivery: On Campus
  • Course Credits: 0.5 cc
 

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