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- Books written by Keyser, Cassius Jackson, 1862-1947
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "A lecture delivered at Columbia University in the series on science, philosophy and art, October 16, 1907."
Reprinted from "various scientific, literary, and philsophical journals." cf. Pref The human worth of rigorous thinking.--The human significance of mathematics.--The humanization of the teaching of mathematics.--The walls of the world; or, Concerning the figure and the dimensions of the universe of space.--Mathematical emancipations: dimensionality and hyperspace.--The universe and beyond: the existence of the hypercosmic.--The axiom of infinity: a new presupposition of thought.--The permanent basis of a liberal education.--Graduate mathematical instruction for graduate students not intending to become mathematicians.--The source and functions of a university.--Research in American universities.--Principia mathematica.--Concerning multiple interpretations of postulate systems and the "existence" of hyperspace.--Mathematical productivity in the United States.--Mathematics
Reprinted from the American journal of mathematics, vol. 25, no. 4 Thesis (Ph. D.)--Columbia University
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