Recall, on the one hand, that mathematics has grown up in the past one hundred fifty years. With the acceptance of non-euclidean geometrics, of algebraic structures beginning with groups, and of symbolic logic, the very idea of what mathematics is had to change. It took a while for mathematicians to digest the ideas of men like Lobachevski, Galois, and Boole. The Bourbaki notion of mathematics as a 'storehouse of structures' is new in the last few decades.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Trimble, H. C.
"A Modern Approach to Elementary Analysis,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 64(1), 453-456.
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