References for Otto Hölder


  1. E Holder, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
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  2. J J Nicholson, Otto Holder and the Development of Group Theory and Galois Theory (Ph.D. Thesis Oxford, 1993).

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  3. F Biagioli, Between Kantianism and Empiricism: Otto Hölder's Philosophy of Geometry, Philos. Sci. (Paris) 17 (1) (2013), 71-92.
  4. P Cantù, Geometry and Measurement in Otto Hölder's Epistemology, Philos. Sci. (Paris) 17 (1) (2013), 131-164.
  5. P Cantù and O Schlaudt, General introduction: The epistemological thought of Otto Hölder, Philos. Sci. (Paris) 17 (1) (2013), 3-13.
  6. P Cantù and O Schlaudt (eds.), Otto Hölder: Inaugural Academic Lecture held on July 22, 1899, Philos. Sci. (Paris) 17 (1) (2013), 15-52.
  7. Die Arithmetik in strenger Begründung, by Otto Hölder, The Mathematical Gazette 15 (208) (1930), 177-178.
  8. Die mathematische Method, by Otto Hölder, Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 32 (1) (January-March 1925), 13-14.
  9. J J Gray, Otto Hölder and Group Theory, The Mathematical Intelligencer 16 (3) (1994), 59-61.
  10. M V Jovanovic, T K Pogány and J Sándor, Notes on certain inequalities by Hölder, Lewent and Ky Fan, J. Math. Inequal. 1 (1) (2007), 53-55.
  11. J Michell, The origins of the representational theory of measurement: Helmholtz, Hölder, and Russell, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 24 (2) (1993), 185-206.
  12. J Michell and C Ernst, The Axioms of Quantity and the Theory of Measurement, Journal of Mathematical Psychology 40 (1996), 235-252.
  13. J J Nicholson, The development and understanding of the concept of a quotient group, Historia Mathematica 20 (1993), 68-88.
  14. Mu, Anschauung und Denken in der Geometrie. Akademische Antrittsvorlesung, gehalten am 22. Juli 1899, by Otto Hölder, The Monist 10 (4) (1900), 626-627.
  15. M Radu, A debate about the axiomatization of arithmetic: Otto Hölder against Robert Grassmann, Historia Mathematica 30 (2003) 341-377.
  16. M Radu, Otto Hölder's 1892 'Review of Robert Grassmann's 1891 Theory of number'. Introductory note, Philos. Sci. (Paris) 17 (1) (2013), 53-56.
  17. M Radu, Otto Hölder's Interpretation of David Hilbert's Axiomatic Method, Philos. Sci. (Paris) 17 (1) (2013), 117-129.
  18. L C Recalde, Hölder's axioms of quantity and the foundations of the linear continuum (Spanish), Mat. Enseñ. Univ. (N. S.) 17 (2) (2009), 101-121.
  19. O Schlaudt, Hölder, Mach, and the law of the lever: a case of well-founded non-controversy, Philos. Sci. (Paris) 17 (1) (2013), 93-116.
  20. D Schlimm, On abstraction and the importance of asking the right research questions: could Jordan have proved the Jordan-Hölder theorem?, Erkenntnis 68 (3) (2008), 409-420.
  21. H R Smart, Die Mathematische Methode, by Otto Hölder, The Philosophical Review 35 (2) (1926), 191-193.
  22. B L van der Waerden, Nachruf auf Otto Hölder, Mathematische Annalen 116 (1939), 157-165.
  23. H Wieleitner, Die Mathematische Methode, by Otto Hölder, Isis 7 (1) (1925), 155-156.