Author:Mary Everest Boole
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a self-taught mathematician who is best known as an author of didactic works on mathematics, such as Philosophy and Fun of Algebra, and as the wife of fellow mathematician George Boole. Her progressive ideas on education, as expounded in her Preparation of the Child for Science, included encouraging children to explore mathematics through playful activities such as 'curve stitching'. |
WorksEdit
- Symbolical Methods of Study (1884) (transcription project)
- The Mathematical Psychology of Gratry and Boole: Translated from the Language of the Higher Calculus into that of Elementary Geometry (1897) (external scan)
- Suggestions for Increasing Ethical Stability (1902) (external scan)
- Lectures on the Logic of Arithmetic (1903) (external scan)
- Preparation of the Child for Science (1904) (transcription project)
- Logic Taught by Love (1905)
- Message of Psychic Science to the World (1908) (transcription project)
- Philosophy and Fun of Algebra (1909)
- Forging of Passion into Power (1911) (transcription project)
- Some Master-Keys of the Science of Notation: A Sequel to “Philosophy and Fun of Algebra” (1911) (external scan)
Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.