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# Tag Archives: Merton mathematicians

## A history of Merton College

The book A History of Merton College, by G. H. Martin and J. R. L. Highfield, was published by Oxford University Press in 1997. I have had a copy for some time but, to my shame, have only just read it. Roger Highfield was a … Continue reading

## Kilvington’s Sophismata

The last chapter of Mathematical Structures was about how to spot false proofs. Of course, I am not the first to do this. A curious chain (I may tell about this later) led me to The Sophismata of Richard Kilvington. … Continue reading

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Tagged Aristotle, Merton mathematicians, Richard Kilvinton, sophismata, Thomas Aquinas
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