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 Welt aus den Angeln. English
 Blom, Philipp, 1970 author.
 New York : Liveright Publishing Corporation, a division of W.W. Norton & Company, [2019]
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 Book — xi, 332 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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Although hints of a crisis appeared as early as the 1570s, the temperature by the end of the sixteenth century plummeted so drastically that Mediterranean harbors were covered with ice, birds literally dropped out of the sky, and "frost fairs" were erected on a frozen Thameswith kiosks, taverns, and even brothels that become a semipermanent part of the city. Recounting the deep legacy and farranging consequences of this "Little Ice Age, " acclaimed historian Philipp Blom reveals how the European landscape had suddenly, but ineradicably, changed by the midseventeenth century. While apocalyptic weather patterns destroyed entire harvests and incited mass migrations, they gave rise to the growth of European cities, the emergence of early capitalism, and the vigorous stirrings of the Enlightenment. A timely examination of how a society responds to profound and unexpected change, Nature's Mutiny will transform the way we think about climate change in the twentyfirst century and beyond.
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QC903.2 .E85 B5613 2019  Unknown 
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2018]
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 Book — 561 pages : illustrations, color map ; 24 cm.
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 Takebe Katahiro and his times
 Takebe Katahiro — A man of his times: a survey of his life and mathematical thought / Tsukane Ogawa
 Seki Takakazu and Takebe Katahiro — Two different types of mathematicians / Kenji Ueno
 On the relation between point, indivisible and infinitely small in western mathematics/ Eberhard Heinrich Knobloch
 Takebe Katahiro’s inductive methods of numerical calculation in comparison with Jacobi Bernouilli’s Ars Conjectandi of 1713/ Chikara Sasaki
 Determinants by Seki Takakazu from the grouptheoretic viewpoint / Naoki Osada
 Takebe Katahiro and the Shoushili Calendar / Zelin Xu
 Takebe Katahiro and Nakane Genkei / Tatsuhiko Kobayashi
 A comparative study of the Huangyu Quanlantu and Takebe Katahiro’s Kyoho Map of Japan / Sarina
 Joseon
 The Mathematics of the Joseon dynasty  about the Tianyuanshu / Young Wook Kim
 Solving equations in the early 18th century East Asia / Sung Sa Hong
 Nam Byeonggil (1820–1869): a Confucian mathematician and a “promoter” of mathematics in late Joseon period / JiaMing Ying
 China
 Assessing the accuracy of ancient eclipse predictions / David Mumford
 On the Litian problem of bamboo slips of the Qin Dynasty collected by Peking University / Makoto Tamura  The Methods of constructing magic squares in the Chinese Book Sansan Dengshu Tu / Shirong Guo
 Chinese mathematics and western mathematics integrated in the Tongwen Suanzhi / Zhigang Ji
 Modern East Asia
 Some aspects of the mathematical exchanges between China and Japan in modern times / Wenlin Li
 On the table of trigonometric functions that was introduced first to Japan / Jun Ozone
 Solving Sangaku with traditional technique / Rosalie Joan Hosking
 Kyuren kan — the Arima sequence / Steffen Doll and Andreas M. Hinz
 Western mathematics on Japanese soil  A history of teaching and learning of mathematics in modern Japan / Osamu Kota
 Hayashi Tsuruichi and the success of the Tohoku Mathematical Journal as a publication / Harald Kummerle
 Appendix. Three key volumes from the Taisei Sankei
 Methods for a circle,Volume 12 of the Taisei Sankei / Tsukane Ogawa and Mitsuo Morimoto
 The theory of wellposed equations, Volume 17 of the Taisei Sankei 413 / — Mitsuo Morimoto and Yasuo Fuji
 The fifteen examples of algebraic equations, Volume 19 of the Taisei Sankei / Mitsuo Morimoto and Yasuo Fuji.
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 Cuvier, Georges, baron, 17691832, author.
 Paris : Publications scientifiques du Muséum, [2015]
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 Book — 859 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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4. Newton's darkness : two dramatic views [2003]
 Djerassi, Carl.
 London : Imperial College Press ; Singapore ; River Edge, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific, c2003.
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 Book — 184 p. ; 24 cm.
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 Newton's Hooke / by David Pinner
 Calculus (Newton's whores) / by Carl Djerassi.
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PS3554 .J47 N49 2003  Unknown 
 Mancosu, Paolo.
 New York : Oxford University Press, 1996.
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 Book — 275 p.
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This book provides the first comprehensive account of the relationship between philosophy of mathematics and the mathematical practice of the seventeenth century  the most eventful period of mathematical development in history. Starting with the Renaissance debates on the certainty of mathematics, the author leads the readers through the foundational issues raised by the emergence of new mathematical techniques including the influence of the Aristotelian conception of science in Cavalieri and Guldin. In the process Mancosu draws a sophisticated picture of the subtle dependencies between technical developments and philosophical reflection in seventeenth century mathematics.
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QA8.4 .M36 1996  Unknown 
 Hald, Anders, 1913
 New York : Wiley, c1990.
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 Book — xiii, 586 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 The book and its relation to other works a sketch of the background in mathematics and natural philosophy early concepts of probability and chance Cardano and "Liber de Ludo Aleae", 1657 John Graunt and the observations made upon the Bills of Morality, 1662 the probabilistic interpretation of Graunt's life table the early history of life insurance mathematics mathematical models and statistical methods in astronomy the Newtonian Revolution in mathematics and science miscellaneous contributions between 1657 and 1708 the great leap forward, 17081718  a survey new solutions of old problems, 17081718 James Bernoulli and "Ars Conjectandi", 1713 Bernoulli's theorem tests of significance based on sex ratio at birth and the binomial distribution, 17101713 Montmort and the "Essay d`Analyse sur les Jeux de Hazard", 1708 and 1713 the problem of coincidences and the compound probability theorem the problem of the duration of play, 17081718 Nicholas Bernoulli De Moivre and the "Doctrine of Chances", 1718, 1738 and 1756.
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QA273 .A4 H35 1990  Unknown 
 Gi͡uĭgens i Barrou, Nʹi͡uton i Guk. English
 Arnolʹd, V. I. (Vladimir Igorevich), 19372010
 Basel ; Boston : Birkhaüser Verlag, c1990.
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 Book — 118 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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QA300 .A73513 1990  Unknown 