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The universality of mathematics. Pt. 2. The distant scene. (English)
Consortium, No. 86, 5-8 (2004).
The focus of the story of mathematics in Western culture begins essentially with the Dawn of History (the appearance of writing) and extends through the various Greek eras, the Dark Ages, the pre-Renaissance, and beyond. Such a partitioning of history raises questions about what was happening elsewhere in the world in key time intervals. What mathematical achievements are thus identifiable in non-western culture beginning with the Dawn of History and extending through the time period of the Renaissance? (orig.)
Classification: A30
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