March 15, 2018

Images of Italian Mathematics in France : The Latin Sisters, by Frédéric Brechenmacher, Guillaume Jouve, Laurent Mazliak, PDF

By Frédéric Brechenmacher, Guillaume Jouve, Laurent Mazliak, Rossana Tazzioli

ISBN-10: 3319400800

ISBN-13: 9783319400808

ISBN-10: 3319400827

ISBN-13: 9783319400822

The contributions during this lawsuits quantity supply a brand new point of view at the mathematical ties among France and Italy, and display how mathematical advancements in those international locations affected each other. the focal point is in particular at the Peninsula’s impression on French mathematicians, counterbalancing the traditionally main notion that French arithmetic was once a version for Italian mathematicians. within the approach, the ebook information a refined community of family members among the 2 nations, the place mathematical exchanges healthy into the altering and evolving framework of Italian political and educational buildings. It reconsiders the difficulty of nationalities in all of its complexity, a side frequently ignored in learn at the heritage of mathematics.

The works during this quantity are chosen contributions from a convention held in Lille and Lens (France) in November 2013 on Images of Italian arithmetic in France from Risorgimento to Fascism. The authors contain revered historians of arithmetic, philosophers of technological know-how, historians, and experts for Italy and highbrow relatives, making sure the ebook can be of significant curiosity to their peers.

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Doctor, mathematician; Valentano (Duchy of Castro) 1765–1822. He refused during the French invasion a position in the administration. - Teoria generale dell’equazioni. ), writer, geometer, Verona 1721–1781. - Edition of Archimedes, 1792. Valperga di. Caluso (Th. des comtes Masino), astronomer, mathematician, orientalist, writer; Turin 1737–1815. - Litteraturae copticae rudimenta, 1783. ), mathematician; Turin 1761–1825. - Physicae elementa; Lettres sur le galvanisme. ), mathematician, poet writer; Milan 1737–1820.

L’abbé Ferdinand, nephew of the former […]. Ghersi (Odoardo), geometer; Guastalla (Duchy of Parma) 1730–1780. ), Piedmontese mineralogist and mathematician; Mentone (near Nice) 1762, Rome 1824. Grandi (Guido), Camaldolese brother and distinguished geometer; Cremona 1671–1742. - Sistema del mondo, 1716, 2 vol. in-4°; Elementi geometrici piani e soledi, Venice, 1759, in-8°. ), economist, mathematician, and mechanic; born Pistoia (Tuscany) 1672, died Naples 1757. - One owes to him the invention of silos for the preservation of harvests, and the discovery of a process to prevent the counterfeit of banknotes.

In-4°. Galiani (Dom. ), theologian, philosopher, linguist, mathematician, and antiquary; Foggia (Puglia) 1681–1753. He was successively named Archbishop of Taranto, and then Archbishop of Thessalonika. Benedict XIII and the Emperor Charles VI, the King of Naples appealed to him numerous times at a mediator. = L’abbé Ferdinand, nephew of the former […]. Ghersi (Odoardo), geometer; Guastalla (Duchy of Parma) 1730–1780. ), Piedmontese mineralogist and mathematician; Mentone (near Nice) 1762, Rome 1824.

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