Episodes in the history of modern algebra (1800-1950)

@article{Gray2011EpisodesIT,
  title={Episodes in the history of modern algebra (1800-1950)},
  author={J. Gray and K. Parshall},
  journal={The Mathematical Intelligencer},
  year={2011},
  volume={31},
  pages={53-56}
}
Acknowledgments by J. J. Gray and K. H. Parshall Introduction by J. J. Gray and K. H. Parshall Babbage and French Ideologie: Functional equations, language, and the analytical method by E. L. Ortiz "Very full of symbols": Duncan F. Gregory, the calculus of operations, and the Cambridge Mathematical Journal by S. E. Despeaux Divisibility theories in the early history of commutative algebra and the foundations of algebraic geometry by O. Neumann Kronecker's fundamental theorem of general… Expand
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