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This original anthology collects 10 of Weyl's less-technical writings that address the broader scope and implications of mathematics. Most have been long unavailable or not previously published in book form. Subjects include logic, topology, abstract algebra, relativity theory, and reflections on the work of Weyl's mentor, David Hilbert. 2012 edition.
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Introduction Levels of Infinity (1931) Topology and Abstract Algebra as Two Roads of Mathematical Comprehension (1932) Emmy Noether (1935) The Mathematical Way of Thinking (1940) David Hilbert (1862-1943) (1944) David Hilbert and His Mathematical Work (1944) Mathematics and Logic (1946) Relativity Theory as a Stimulus in Mathematical Research (1949) A Half-Century of Mathematics (1953) Axiomatic versus Constructive Procedures in Mathematics (1953) Why is the World Four-Dimensional? (1955) References

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