A history of the calculus of variations from the 17th through the 19th century: By Herman H. Goldstine. New York (Springer-Verlag). 1980. Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences 5, xvii + 410 pp

@article{Calinger1983AHO,
  title={A history of the calculus of variations from the 17th through the 19th century: By Herman H. Goldstine. New York (Springer-Verlag). 1980. Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences 5, xvii + 410 pp},
  author={Ronald Calinger},
  journal={Historia Mathematica},
  year={1983},
  volume={10},
  pages={118-121}
}
  • R. Calinger
  • Published 1 February 1983
  • Mathematics
  • Historia Mathematica
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One Hundred Thirteenth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
TLDR
The classification system for the annual Critical Bibliography is based on that developed by George Sarton in 1913 and revised by committee in 1953 and contains references to histories of science in general and to historiographical, philosophical, sociological, and humanistic aspects of science.
One Hundred Tenth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
TLDR
The classification system for the annual Critical Bibliography is based on that developed by George Sarton in 1913 and revised by committee in 1953 and contains references to histories of science in general and to historiographical, philosophical, sociological, and humanistic aspects of science.
One Hundred Eighth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
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The purpose of this essay is to indicate how authors of the period, particularly the Jesuit scholar Francisco Suarez and the Calvinist professor at Leyden, Frank Burgersdijk, addressed the question of the definition and measurement of time.
One Hundred Seventh Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (to January 1982)
TLDR
The classification system for the annual Critical Bibliography is based on that developed by George Sarton in 1913 and revised by committee in 1953 and contains references to histories of science in general and to historiographical, philosophical, sociological, and humanistic aspects of science.

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The Challenge of Modern Historiography
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