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‘A designe inchoate’. Edward Bernard’s planned edition of Euclid and its scholarly afterlife in late seventeenth-century Oxford. (English) Zbl 1527.01015

Beeley, Philip (ed.) et al., Reading mathematics in early modern Europe. Studies in the production, collection, and use of mathematical books. Material Readings in Early Modern Culture. New York, NY: Routledge. 192-229 (2021).
MSC:  01A45 01A50 01A73
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Mathematics and infinity in Descartes and Newton. (English) Zbl 1330.01033

De Risi, Vincenzo (ed.), Mathematizing space. The objects of geometry from antiquity to the early modern age. Collected essays based on the presentations at the conference on space, geometry and the imagination from antiquity to the early modern age, Berlin, Germany, August 27–29, 2012. Cham: Birkhäuser/Springer (ISBN 978-3-319-12101-7/hbk; 978-3-319-12102-4/ebook). Trends in the History of Science, 209-230 (2015).
MSC:  01A45 00A30 03A05
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The stars of Galileo Galilei and the universal knowledge of Athanasius Kircher. Translated by Roberto Buonanno and Giuliana Giobbi. (English) Zbl 1286.85002

Astrophysics and Space Science Library 399. Cham: Springer (ISBN 978-3-319-00299-6/hbk; 978-3-319-00300-9/ebook). xiii, 178 p. (2014).
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The symbolic treatment of Euclid’s Elements in Hérigone’s Cursus Mathematicus (1634, 1637, 1642). (English) Zbl 1228.01008

Heeffer, Albrecht (ed.) et al., Philosophical aspects of symbolic reasoning in early modern mathematics. Selected papers of the conference, Ghent, Belgium, August 27–29, 2009. London: College Publications (ISBN 978-1-84890-017-2/pbk). Studies in Logic 26, 165-191 (2010).
MSC:  01A45
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Archimedism, not Platonism: On a malleable ideology of Renaissance mathematicians (1400 to 1600), and on its role in the formation of seventeenth-century philosophies of science. (English) Zbl 0860.01011

Dollo, Corrado (ed.), Archimede: myth, tradition, science. International conference, Siracusa-Catania, Italy, October 9–12, 1989. Firenze: Leo S. Olschki. Bibl. Nuncius, Studi Testi. 4, 81-110 (1992).
MSC:  01A40 01A20
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