Author:Bernard Bolzano

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Bernard Bolzano
(1781–1848)
Bohemian mathematician, logician, philosopher, theologian and Catholic priest of Italian extraction
Bernard Bolzano

Works[edit]

  • Considerations on Some Objects of Elementary Geometry (1804)
  • Contributions to a Better-Grounded Presentation of Mathematics (1810)
  • Purely Analytic Proof of the Theorem that between any two Values, which give Results of Opposite Sign, there lies at least one real Root of the Equation (1817)
  • Textbook of the Science of Religion (1834)
  • Theory of Science (1837)
  • The New Anti-Kant (1850)
  • Paradoxes of the Infinite (1851)

Works about Bolzano[edit]

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