Acknowledgments | |
Introduction | |
Babbage and French Ideologie: Functional equations, language, and the analytical method | |
"Very full of symbols": Duncan F. Gregory, the calculus of operations, and the Cambridge Mathematical Journal | |
Divisibility theories in the early history of commutative algebra and the foundations of algebraic geometry | |
Kronecker's fundamental theorem of general arithmetic | |
Developments in the theory of algebras over number fields: A new foundation for the Hasse norm residue symbol and new approaches to both the Artin reciprocity law and class field theory | |
Minkowski, Hensel, and Hasse: On the beginnings of the local-global principle | |
Research in algebra at the University of Chicago: Leonard Eugene Dickson and A. Adrian Albert | |
Emmy Noether's 1932 ICM lecture on noncommutative methods in algebraic number theory | |
From Algebra (1895) to Moderne Algebra (1930): Changing conceptions of a discipline–A guided tour using the Jahrbuch uber die Fortschritte der Mathematik | |
A historical sketch of B. L. van der Waerden's work in algebraic geometry: 1926-1946 | |
On the arithmetization of algebraic geometry | |
The rising sea: Grothendieck on simplicity and generality | |
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