## Hilbert"It presents a sensitive portrait of a great human being. It describes accurately and intelligibly on a nontechnical level the world of mathematical ideas in which Hilbert created his masterpieces. And it illuminates the background of German social history against which the drama of Hilberts life was played. Beyond this, it is a poem in praise of mathematics." -SCIENCE |

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Youth | 1 |

Friends and Teachers | 9 |

Doctor of Philosophy | 15 |

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Nonlinear Functional Analysis and Its Applications: Part 2 B: Nonlinear ... E. Zeidler No preview available - 1989 |

Intuition in Science and Mathematics: An Educational Approach H. Fischbein No preview available - 1987 |