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Topic: [HM] "invention of the calculus"
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Michael S. Mahoney

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Re: [HM] Calculus, again and always.
Posted: Feb 7, 2003 11:26 AM
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At the risk of immodesty, may I point to my essay "Barrow's Mathematics:
Between Ancients and Moderns", in M. Feingold (ed.), /Before Newton: The
Life and Times of Isaac Barrow/ (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1990), Chap. 3? People may find it a useful counterbalance to Child's


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