References for Henri Poincaré

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  1. J Dieudonne, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830903460.html
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9060534/Henri-Poincare

Books:

  1. P Appell, Henri Poincaré (Paris, 1925).
  2. J Barrow-Green, Poincaré and the three body problem (London, 1997).
  3. A Bellivier, Henri Poincaré, ou la vocation souveraine. Vocations, IV (Paris, 1956).
  4. F E Browder, (ed.), The mathematical heritage of Henri Poincaré. Part 1 (Providence, R.I., 1983).
  5. F E Browder, (ed.), The mathematical heritage of Henri Poincaré. Part 2 (Providence, R.I., 1983).
  6. T Dantzig, Henri Poincaré : critic of crisis : reflections on his universe of discourse (New York, 1954).
  7. P Dugac, Georg Cantor et Henri Poincaré (Rennes, 1983).
  8. J Folina, Poincaré and the philosophy of mathematics (New York, 1992).
  9. J Giedymin, Science and convention : Essays on Henri Poincaré's philosophy of science and the conventionalist tradition (Oxford, 1982).
  10. J Gray, Linear differential equations and group theory from Riemann to Poincaré (Boston, MA, 1986).
  11. J-L Greffe, G Heinzmann and K Lorenz (eds.), Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie (Paris, 1996).
  12. J Hadamard and H Poincaré, Essai sur la psychologie de l'invention dans le domaine mathématique : L'invention mathématique (Sceaux, 1993).
  13. G Heinzmann, Poincaré, Russell, Zermelo et Peano (Paris, 1986).
  14. G Holton, The thematic origins of scientific thought : Kepler to Einstein (Cambridge, MA, 1974).
  15. A A Logunov, On Henri Poincare's papers 'On the dynamics of an electron' (Russian) (Moscow, 1988).
  16. F Maitland (trs.), Henri Poincaré, Science and method (New York).
  17. A I Miller, Imagery in scientific thought : Creating 20th century physics (Boston, MA, 1984).
  18. A I Miller, Insights of genius : Imagery and creativity in science and art (New York, 1996).
  19. J J A Mooij, La philosophie des mathématiques de Henri Poincaré (Louvain, 1966).
  20. P Nabonnand, (ed.) La correspondance entre Henri Poincaré et Gösta Mittag-Leffler (Basel, 1999).
  21. A Pap, The a priori in physical theory (New York, 1968).
  22. J-C Pont, La topologie algébrique des origines à Poincaré (Paris, 1974).
  23. A Rey, La théorie de la physique chez les physiciens contemporains (Paris, 1907).
  24. L A P Rougier, La philosophie géométrique de Henri Poincaré (Paris, 1920).
  25. E Scholz, Geschichte des Mannigfaltigkeitsbegriffs von Riemann bis Poincaré (Boston, Mass., 1980).
  26. R Torretti, Philosophy of geometry from Riemann to Poincaré (Dordrecht-Boston, Mass., 1984).
  27. E Toulouse, Henri Poincaré (Paris, 1910).
  28. A Tyapkin and A Shibanov, Poincaré (Bulgarian) (Sofia, 1984).

Articles:

  1. P S Aleksandrov, Poincaré and topology (Russian), Uspekhi Mat. Nauk 27 (1)(163) (1972), 147-158.
  2. K G Andersson, Poincaré's discovery of homoclinic points, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 48 (2) (1994), 133-147.
  3. M Atten, La nomination de H Poincaré à la chaire de physique mathématique et calcul des probabilités de la Sorbonne, Cahiers du séminaire d'histoire des mathématiques 9 (1988), 221-230.
  4. M Atten, Poincaré et la tradition de la physique mathématique française, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 35-44; 577-578.
  5. S Bagce, Poincaré's philosophy of geometry and its relevance to his philosophy of science, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 299-314; 582.
  6. N L Balazs, The acceptability of physical theories : Poincaré versus Einstein, in General relativity, papers in honour of J L Synge (Oxford, 1972), 21-34.
  7. H Barreau, Poincaré et l'espace-temps ou un conventionalisme insuffisant, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 287-298; 581-582.
  8. J Barrow-Green, Oscar II's prize competition and the error in Poincaré's memoir on the three body problem, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 48 (2) (1994), 107-131.
  9. I G Bashmakova, Arithmetic of algebraic curves from Diophantus to Poincaré, Historia Math. 8 (4) (1981), 393-416.
  10. I G Bashmakova, The arithmetic of algebraic curves from Diophantus to Poincaré (Russian), Istor.-Mat. Issled. Vyp. 20 (1975), 104-124; 379.
  11. E T Bell, Men of Mathematics (New York, 1986), Chapter 28.
  12. L C Biedenharn and Y Dothan, Poincaré's work on the magnetic monopole and its generalization in present day theoretical physics, in Differential topology-geometry and related fields, and their applications to the physical sciences and engineering (Leipzig, 1985), 39-50.
  13. M Bognár and J Szenthe, The mathematical work of Henri Poincaré (Hungarian), Mat. Lapok 28 (4) (1977/80), 269-286.
  14. A Borel, Henri Poincaré and special relativity, Enseign. Math. (2) 45 (3-4) (1999), 281-300.
  15. M Brelot, Le balayage de Poincaré et l'épine de Lebesgue, in Proceedings of the 110th national congress of learned societies, Montpellier, 1985 (Paris, 1985), 141-151.
  16. A Brenner, La nature des hypothèses physiques selon Poincaré, à la lumière de la controverse avec Duhem, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 389-396; 584.
  17. J Cassinet, La position d'Henri Poincaré par rapport à l'axiome du choix, à travers ses écrits et sa correspondance avec Zermelo (1905-1912), Hist. Philos. Logic 4 (2) (1983), 145-155.
  18. M Castellet i Solanas, 150 years of topological genesis : from Euler to Poincaré (Catalan), in The development of mathematics in the nineteenth century (Barcelona, 1984), 195-209.
  19. P G Cath, Jules Henri Poincaré (Nancy 1854-Paris 1912) (Dutch), Euclides, Groningen 30 (1954/55), 265-275.
  20. A Châtelet, G Valiron, E LeRoy and E Borel, Hommage à Henri Poincaré, Congrès International de Philosophie des Sciences, Paris, 1949 Vol I (Paris, 1951), 37-64.
  21. J Chazy, Henri Poincaré et la mécanique céleste, Bull. Astr. (2) 16 (1951), 145-160.
  22. C S Chihara, Poincaré and logicism, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 435-446; 585.
  23. J-C Chirollet, Le continu mathématique 'du troisième ordre' chez Henri Poincaré, in La mathématique non standard (Paris, 1989), 83-116.
  24. G Ciccotti and G Ferrari, Was Poincaré a herald of quantum theory?, European J. Phys. 4 (2) (1983), 110-116.
  25. J da Silva, Poincaré's philosophy of mathematics (Portuguese), in The XIXth century : the birth of modern science, águas de Lindóia, 1991 (Campinas, 1992), 43-56.
  26. A Dahan Dalmedico, Le difficile héritage de Henri Poincaré en systèmes dynamiques, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 13-33; 577.
  27. Yu A Danilov, Nonlinear dynamics : Poincaré and Mandel'shtam (Russian), in Nonlinear waves, 'Nauka' (Moscow, 1989), 5-15.
  28. Yu A Danilov, Nonlinear dynamics : Poincaré and Mandelstam, in Nonlinear waves 1 (Berlin-New York, 1989), 2-13.
  29. G Darboux, Eloge historique d'Henri Poincaré, Mémoires de l'Académie des sciences 52 (1914), 81-148.
  30. O Darrigol, Henri Poincaré's criticism of fin de siècle electrodynamics, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. B Stud. Hist. Philos. Modern Phys. 26 (1) (1995), 1-44.
  31. M A B Deakin, The development of the Laplace transform, 1737-1937. II. Poincaré to Doetsch, 1880-1937, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 26 (4) (1982), 351-381.
  32. M Detlefsen, Poincaré against the logicians, Synthese 90 (3) (1992), 349-378.
  33. M Detlefsen, Poincaré vs. Russell on the rôle of logic in mathematics, Philos. Math. (3) 1 (1) (1993), 24-49.
  34. A Drago, Poincaré versus Peano and Hilbert about the mathematical principle of induction, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 513-527; 586.
  35. L M Druzkowski, Henri Poincaré - mathematician, physicist, astronomer and philosopher (Polish), Wiadom. Mat. 30 (1) (1993), 73-83.
  36. P Dugac, Georg Cantor and Henri Poincaré, Bullettino Storia delle Scienze Matematiche 4 (1984), 65-96.
  37. R Dugas, Henri Poincaré devant les principes de la mécanique, Revue Sci. 89 (1951), 75-82.
  38. M Epple, Mathematical inventions: Poincaré on a 'Wittgensteinian' topic, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 559-576; 587.
  39. J Fiala, Henri Poincaré and the psychology of mathematics (Czech), Pokroky Mat. Fyz. Astronom. 22 (4) (1977), 205-217.
  40. J Folina, Logic and intuition in Poincaré's philosophy of mathematics, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 417-434; 584-585.
  41. J Folina, Poincaré's conception of the objectivity of mathematics, Philos. Math. (3) 2 (3) (1994), 202-227.
  42. M Friedman, Poincaré's conventionalism and the logical positivists, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 333-344; 582-583.
  43. E Giannetto, Henri Poincaré and the rise of special relativity, Hadronic J. Suppl. 10 (4) (1995), 365-433.
  44. J Giedymin, Geometrical and physical conventionalism of Henri Poincaré in epistemological formulation, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 22 (1) (1991), 1-22.
  45. J Giedymin, On the origin and significance of Poincaré's conventionalism, Studies in Hist. and Philos. Sci. 8 (4) (1977), 271-301.
  46. D S Gillman, Billiards and Poincaré : two unsolved problems (Spanish), Rev. Integr. Temas Mat. 3 (1) (1985), 7-13.
  47. W Goldfarb, Poincaré against the Logicists, in History and philosophy of modern mathematics, Minneapolis, MN, 1985 (Minneapolis, MN, 1988), 61-81.
  48. R L Gomes, Ruy Luis On the first centenary of the birth of Henri Poincaré (Portuguese), Gaz. Mat., Lisboa 15 (60-61) (1955), 1-3.
  49. B S Gower, Henri Poincaré and Bruno de Finetti: conventions and scientific reasoning, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. B Stud. Hist. Philos. Modern Phys. 28 (4) (1997), 657-679.
  50. J J Gray, Poincaré and Klein - groups and geometries, in 1830-1930 : a century of geometry, Paris, 1989 (Berlin, 1992), 35-44.
  51. J J Gray, Did Poincaré say 'set theory is a disease'?, Math. Intelligencer 13 (1) (1991), 19-22.
  52. J J Gray, Poincaré, Einstein, and the theory of special relativity, Math. Intelligencer 17 (1) (1995), 65-67, 75.
  53. J J Gray, Les trois suppléments au Mémoire de Poincaré, écrit en 1880, sur les fonctions fuchsiennes et les équations différentielles, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris Vie Académique 293 (8-12) (1981), suppl., 87-90.
  54. J J Gray, Poincaré and electromagnetic theory, in Henri Poincaré : science et philosophie, Nancy, 1994 (Berlin, 1996), 193-208; 579.
  55. J J Gray, Poincaré, topological dynamics, and the stability of the solar system, in The investigation of difficult things (Cambridge, 1992), 503-524.
  56. J J Gray, The three supplements to Poincaré's prize essay of 1880 on Fuchsian functions and differential equations, Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. 32 (109) (1982), 221-235.
  57. P A Griffiths, Poincaré and algebraic geometry, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. (N.S.) 6 (2) (1982), 147-159.
  58. O Gürel, Poincaré's bifurcation analysis, in Bifurcation theory and applications in scientific disciplines, New York, 1977 (New York, 1979), 5-26.
  59. J Hadamard, Le centenaire de Henri Poincaré, Rev. Hist. Sci. Appl. 7 (1954), 101-108.
  60. G Heinzmann, Helmholtz and Poincaré's considerations on the genesis of geometry, in 1830-1930 : a century of geometry, Paris, 1989 (Berlin, 1992), 245-249.
  61. G Heinzmann, Poincaré et la philosophie des mathématiques, Cahiers du séminaire d'histoire des mathématiques 9 (1988), 99-121.
  62. Henri Poincaré, La correspondance d'Henri Poincaré avec des mathématiciens de A à H, in Proceedings of the seminar on the history of mathematics 7 (Paris, 1986), 59-219.
  63. Henri Poincaré, La correspondance d'Henri Poincaré avec des mathématiciens de J à Z, Cahiers du séminaire d'histoire des mathématiques 10 (1989), 83-229.
  64. Henri Poincaré, Proc. Royal Soc. London 91 (1915), 5-16.
  65. Henri Poincaré, Proc. London Math. Soc. 11 (1913), 41-48.
  66. A Herreman, Le statut de la géométrie dans quelques textes sur l'homologie, de Poincaré aux années 1930, Rev. Histoire Math. 3 (2) (1997), 241-293.
  67. P Hilton and J Pedersen, Descartes, Euler, Poincaré, Pólya-and polyhedra, Enseign. Math. (2) 27 (3-4) (1981), 327-343.
  68. E Hlawka, Die Idee der 'willkürlichen' Funktionen von Poincaré im Laufe eines Jahrhunderts, Natur, Mathematik und Geschichte. Acta Hist. Leopold. No. 27 (1997), 189-200.
  69. Igusa, Problems on abelian functions at the time of Poincaré and some at present, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. (N.S.) 6 (2) (1982), 161-174.
  70. L Indorato and G Masotto, Poincaré's role in the Crémieu-Pender controversy over electric convection, Ann. of Sci. 46 (2) (1989), 117-163.

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