# Philosophy / Philosophy of Mathematics

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### Phenomenology and Logic

#### The Boston College Lectures on Mathematical Logic and Existentialism, Volume 18

Price: $50.00

ISBN: 9780802084484

Pub Date: December 2001

This series of lectures delivered by Lonergan at Boston College in 1957 deal with the general character of mathematical logic and its relation to truth, Scholasticism, and Aristotelian logic.

### Wordsworth's Metaphysical Verse

#### Geometry, Nature, and Form

Price: $35.95

ISBN: 9781487592066

Pub Date: December 1982

### Lattice Path Combinatorics with Statistical Applications; Mathematical Expositions 23

Price: $22.95

ISBN: 9781487582586

Pub Date: December 1979

### Essays after Wittgenstein

Price: $29.95

ISBN: 9781487591892

Pub Date: December 1973

### Bibliography and Research Manual of the History of Mathematics

Price: $83.00

ISBN: 9781487587185

Pub Date: December 1973

### Selected Works of Giuseppe Peano

Price: $35.95

ISBN: 9781487592240

Pub Date: December 1973

### Mathematical Theory of Dislocations and Fracture

Price: $37.95

ISBN: 9781487586850

Pub Date: December 1971

### Non-Euclidean Geometry

#### Fifth Edition

Price: $47.95

ISBN: 9781442639454

Pub Date: December 1965

### Trigonometric Series

#### A Survey

Price: $14.95

ISBN: 9781487592035

Pub Date: December 1956

### The Variational Principles of Mechanics

Price: $47.95

ISBN: 9781487583057

Pub Date: December 1949

Professor Lanczos's book is not a textbook on advances mechanics. Its purpose is to formulate and explain these fundamental concepts of this exact science which started with the work of Galileo and led to the achievements of modern relativity theory and quantum theory.

### Geometry of Complex Numbers

Price: $32.95

ISBN: 9781487583279

Pub Date: December 1962

A book which applies some notions of algebra to geometry is a useful counterbalance in the present trend to generalization and abstraction. It should give a basis for the geometrical aspects and help to extend understanding of the connections between some classical branches of geometry.