**The Philosophy of Mathematics**

by Albert Taylor Bledsoe

**Publisher**: J.B. Lippincott & Co 1868**ISBN/ASIN**: B00069Y1V4**Number of pages**: 248

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The text covers first principles of the infinitesimal method, the method of indivisibles, solution of the mystery of Cavalieri's method, the method of Descartes, or analytical geometry, the method of Leibnitz, the method of Newton, with special reference to the elements of geometry and the infinitesimal method.

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