References for Georg Cantor

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  1. H Meschkowski, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830900779.html
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9020082/Georg-Cantor

Books:

  1. J W Dauben, Georg Cantor: His Mathematics and Philosophy of the Infinite (Cambridge, Mass, 1979; reprinted 1990).
  2. P E Johnson, A history of set theory (Boston, Mass., 1972).
  3. A Kertesz, Georg Cantor, 1845-1918 : Schöpfer der Mengenlehre, Acta historica leopoldina 15 (1983).
  4. H Meschkowski, Georg Cantor : Leben, Werk und Wirkung (Mannheim, 1983).
  5. E Noether and J Cavaillès (eds.), Briefweschsel Cantor-Dedekind (Paris, 1937).
  6. W Purkert and H J Ilgauds, Georg Cantor (Leipzig, 1985).
  7. W Purkert and H J Ilgauds, Georg Cantor 1845-1918 (Basel, 1987).
  8. K Richter, Cantor, in H Wussing and W Arnold, Biographien bedeutender Mathematiker (Berlin, 1983).
  9. A Schoenflies, Georg Cantor (Magdeburg, 1928).
  10. D Stander, Makers of modern mathematics : Georg Cantor (1989).

Articles:

  1. J Bendiek, Ein Brief Georg Cantors an P Ignatius Jeiler O.M.F., Franziskanische Studien 47 (1965), 65-73.
  2. J Crossley, A note on Cantor's theorem and Russell's paradox, Austral. J. Philos. 51 (1973), 70-71.
  3. J Dauben, The trigonometric background to Georg Cantor's theory of sets, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 7 (1971), 181-216.
  4. J Dauben, Denumerability and dimension : The origins of Georg Cantor's theory of sets, Rete 2 (1974), 104-134.
  5. J Dauben, Georg Cantor and Pope Leo XIII : Mathematics, theology, and the infinite, Journal of the History of Ideas 38 (1977), 85-108.
  6. P Dugac, Georg Cantor and Henri Poincaré, Bullettino Storia delle Scienze Matematiche 4 (1984), 65-96.
  7. J Ferreirós, On the Relations between Georg Cantor and Richard Dedekind, Historia Mathematica 20 (1993), 343-363.
  8. A Fraenkel, Georg Cantor, Jahresberichte der Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung 39 (1930), 189-266.
  9. I Grattan-Guinness, Towards a biography of Georg Cantor, Ann. of Sci. 27 (1971), 345-391.
  10. I Grattan-Guinness, An unpublished paper by Georg Cantor, Acta Mathematica 124 (1970), 65-107.
  11. I Grattan-Guinness, The correspondence between Georg Cantor and Philip Jourdain, Jahresberichte der Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung 73 (1971), 111-130.
  12. I Grattan-Guinness, Missing materials concerning the life and work of Georg Cantor, Isis 62 (1971), 516-517.
  13. I Grattan-Guinness, Some remarks on Cantor's published and unpublished work on set theory, NTM Schr. Geschichte Natur. Tech. Medizin 8 (1971), 1-8.
  14. I Grattan-Guinness, The rediscovery of the Cantor-Dedekind correspondence, Jahresberichte der Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung 76 (1974), 104-139.
  15. A Gutzmer, Georg Cantor, Illustrierte Zeitung 150 (1918), 86.
  16. L Hill, Fraenkel's biography of Georg Cantor, Scripta Mathematica 2 (1933), 41-47.
  17. W Jentsch, Über ein Hallenser Manuskript der Dissertation Georg Cantors, Historia Mathematica 3 (1976), 449-462.
  18. A Kertész, The significance of Cantor's ideas for the development of algebra, Scientia 105 (1976), 203-209.
  19. H Meschkowski, Aus den Briefbüchern Georg Cantors, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 2 (1965), 503-519.
  20. H Meschkowski, Zwei unveröffentlichte Briefe Georg Cantors, Der Mathematikunterricht 4 (1971), 30-34.
  21. A Schoenflies, Zur Erinnerung an Georg Cantor, Jahresberichte der Deutschen Mathematiker-Vereinigung 31 (1922), 97-106.
  22. A Schoenflies, Die Krisis in Cantors mathematischem Schaffen, Acta Mathematica 50 (1927), 1-23.
  23. J Ternus, Ein Brief Georg Cantors an R Joseph Hontheim, S.J., Scholastik 4 (1929), 561-571.
  24. A Wangerin, Georg Cantor, Leopoldina 54 (1918), 10-13; 32.

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