The Art of Ramon Llull (1232–1350): From Theology to Mathematics

Teun Koetsier 1
  • 1 Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Abstract

In the present paper the roots of the Art of the Catalan philosopher Ramon Llull are examined. Moreover the impact of the Art on seventeenth mathematics is briefly discussed.

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