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The Concept of Number: From Quaternions to Monads and Topological Fields (Mathematics and Its Applications)
The Concept of Number: From Quaternions to Monads and Topological Fields (Mathematics and Its Applications)
This book consists of lectures that I have given, in Darmstadt since 1974, under various titles, for beginners or students of the third semester.

I have tried to concentrate on those themes concerning numbers, which seem to me to be the most important on essential and historical grounds, and which in my opinion
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Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Applications
Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Applications
Ruby on Rails has shaken up the web development industry in a huge way—especially when you consider that version 1.0 of Rails was only released in December 2005. The huge waves of enthusiasm for the new framework, originally in weblogs and later in the more traditional media, are probably the reason why this book is in your hands.
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The Bloomsbury Companion to Socrates (Bloomsbury Companions)
The Bloomsbury Companion to Socrates (Bloomsbury Companions)

Socrates, the largely enigmatic Greek thinker, is universally considered to have laid the foundations of western philosophy. His philosophy, available to us through the early dialogues of Plato and the writings of his contemporaries, has had a remarkably enduring influence on virtually every area of philosophical enterprise .

This...

Biology Demystified (TAB Demystified)
Biology Demystified (TAB Demystified)
Guide to understanding basic and applied scientific information, for those who've had not formal training in biology. Includes more than 150 illustrations, a pronunciation guide, self-tests, and reviews. Softcover. DLC: Biology.

UNDERSTAND BIOLOGY -- WITHOUT DISSECTING ANYTHING!

If you're years removed...

Digital Convergence - Libraries of the Future
Digital Convergence - Libraries of the Future
Clay tablets have been used to keep records from the earliest times. However, they were used for archives rather than libraries and consisted mainly of administrative records.Private and personal libraries containing books first appeared in Greece in the 5th century BC.The Royal Library of Alexandria was founded in the 3rd century BC and was...
The School of History: Athens in the Age of Socrates
The School of History: Athens in the Age of Socrates

History, political philosophy, and constitutional law were born in Athens in the space of a single generation--the generation that lived through the Peloponnesian War (431-404 b.c.e.). This remarkable age produced such luminaries as Socrates, Herodotus, Thucydides, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes, and the sophists, and set the stage for the...

Routledge Companion to Ancient Philosophy (Routledge Philosophy Companions)
Routledge Companion to Ancient Philosophy (Routledge Philosophy Companions)

The Routledge Companion to Ancient Philosophy is a collection of new essays on the philosophy and philosophers of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. Written by a cast of international scholars, it covers the full range of ancient philosophy from the sixth century BC to the sixth century AD and beyond. There are dedicated discussions...

Geometric Problems on Maxima and Minima
Geometric Problems on Maxima and Minima
Questions of maxima and minima have great practical significance, with applications to physics, engineering, and economics; they have also given rise to theoretical advances, notably in calculus and optimization. Indeed, while most texts view the study of extrema within the context of calculus, this carefully constructed problem book takes a...
The Nothing That Is: A Natural History of Zero
The Nothing That Is: A Natural History of Zero
A symbol for what is not there, an emptiness that increases any number it's added to, an inexhaustible and indispensable paradox. As we enter the year 2000, zero is once again making its presence felt. Nothing itself, it makes possible a myriad of calculations. Indeed, without zero mathematics as we know it would not exist. And without mathematics...
History of Jewish Philosophy (Routledge History of World Philosophies)
History of Jewish Philosophy (Routledge History of World Philosophies)
This volume is planned as a companion to the Routledge History of Islamic Philosophy, and both take their place in the Routledge History of World Philosophies, a series designed to supplement and amplify the Routledge History of Philosophy. The idea of placing histories of Islamic and Jewish philosophy in such close proximity to a...
Sacred Schisms: How Religions Divide
Sacred Schisms: How Religions Divide
Schism (from the Greek 'to split') refers to a group that breaks away from another, usually larger organisation and forms a new organisation. Though the term is typically confined to religious schisms, it can be extended to other kinds of breakaway groups. Because schisms emerge out of controversies, the term has negative connotations. Though they...
Light Years and Time Travel: An Exploration of Mankind's Enduring Fascination With Light
Light Years and Time Travel: An Exploration of Mankind's Enduring Fascination With Light
According to Einstein, nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. Of all the mind-bending theories in modern physics, that, at least, seemed a rule the universe–let alone mankind–could never break.

But in 1994 Professor Gunter Nimtz sent a recording of Mozart’s 40th Symphony through a physical barrier at four times...

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