The History Of Applied Mathematics And The History Of Society

  title={The History Of Applied Mathematics And The History Of Society},
  author={M. Stolz},
  • M. Stolz
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science, Philosophy
  • Synthese
  • Choosing the history of statistics and operations research as a casestudy, several ways of setting the development of 20th century appliedmathematics into a social context are discussed. It is shown that there isample common ground between these contextualizations and several recent research programs in general contemporary history. It is argued that a closer cooperation between general historians and historians ofmathematics might further the integration of the internalist andexternalist… CONTINUE READING
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