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Selected Primary Sources

Bernard Bolzano Gesamtausgabe Eds. Eduard Winter, Jan Berg, Friederich Kambartel, Jaromir Louzil, Edgar Morscher and Bob van Rootselaar. 1969 –

[Complete Edition of Bolzano’s entire written output. The definitive resource for Bolzano studies; there are a projected 120 volumes of which over 60 have already appeared. For further details of all volumes and latest availability see ]

Theory of Science, ed. J. Berg, tr. B. Terrell (Dordrecht: Reidel, 1973)

Theory of Science, tr. R. George (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972)

On Mathematical Method and the Correspondence with Exner, tr. P. Rusnock and R. George, (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004)

The Mathematical Works of Bernard Bolzano, tr. S. Russ (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004)

Selected Secondary Sources

J. Berg, Bolzano’s Logic (Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1962)

P. Kitcher, ‘Bolzano’s Ideal of Algebraic Analysis’, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 6 (3) (1975) 229—269

D.M. Johnson, ‘Prelude to Dimension Theory’, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 17 (1977) 261—295

P. Rusnock, Bolzano’s Philosophy and the Emergence of Modern Mathematics (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000)

S. Russ, ‘Bolzano’s Analytic Programme’, The Mathematical Intelligencer 14 (3) (1992) 45—53

J. Sebestik, Logique et mathematique chez Bernard Bolzano (Paris: Vrin, 1992)

P. Simons, ‘Bolzano on Collections’ in Bolzano and Analytic Philosophy, eds. W. Kunne, M.Siebel and M. Textor (Amsterdam, Rodopi, 1997) 87—108

B. van Rootselaar, Article ‘Bolzano’ in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York: Scribner’s, 1970) 2.273—279

B. van Rootselaar, ‘Bolzano’s Theory of Real Numbers’, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 2 (1964) 168--180