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Axis History and philosophy of mathematics

Mathematics in the Renaissance 2016–2017



Organisation : Sabine Rommevaux-Tani (SPHERE) and Odile Kouteynikoff (SPHERE).


This seminar, which is scheduled to extend over several years, is devoted to Mathematics in Renaissance Europe and consists of three main topics, which are Humanism and Mathematics, Algebra related to Arithmetic and Geometry, Mathematics and their area of efficiency. ... Read more




PROGRAM 2016–2017
sessions on Fridays, 9.30 – 12.30 a.m., Room Kandinsky (631B), Building Condorcet,
University Paris Diderot, 4 rue Elsa Morante, 75013 Paris– access map.



SPHERE Seminars « Arabic Mathematics » and « Mathematics in the Renaissance » will have all joint sessions on the history of mathematics and customs, at Arabic and Latin Middle Age and in the Renaissance.

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To : Dec. 16, Jan. 20, Feb. 24, March 24, April 28, May 19, June 17


November 18

Odile Kouteynikoff & Sabine Rommevaux-Tani (SPHERE)
« Les rôles des figures dans l’Arithmetica Integra de Michael Stifel (1544).



December 16
Mohammed Abattouy (Université Mohamed V, Rabat)
Le corpus de la science arabe des poids (2) : Présentation et analyse de la famille des textes sur al-qarasṭūn et leur prolongement latin (9e-13e siècles)



January 20
Zeinab Karimian (Univ. Paris Diderot, SPHERE)
L’édition des Coniques d’Apollonius par Naṣīr al-Dīn al-Ṭūsī (13e siècle).



February 24  !! postponed !!
Leo Corry (Tel-Aviv University)
The changing interrelations between geometry and arithmetic in the Latin medieval tradition of Euclid’s Elements. A view from Book II.



March 24
Pascal Crozet (CNRS, SPHERE)
L’Anthologie de problèmes de géométrie d’al-Siǧzī (Xe siècle).



April 28
Philippe Abgrall (CNRS, CEPERC)
on Arabic optics (tba)

May 19
Vincenzo de Risi (Max Planck Institut)
The use of movement in geometry from Antiquity to the Renaissance.

June 17
Daniel Di Liscia (Munich, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität)
The new middle science of the latitude of forms and the geometrisation of (Aristotelian) physics.