The following is a list of papers on Bolzano’s mathematics and related topics in logic and philosophy. This list is under constant revision but is not meant to be exhaustive and will initially only include papers published from 2000.

A comprehensive set of bibliographies with works by and about Bolzano published up to 1999 can be found in the volume *Bolzano-Gesamtbibliographie 1804–1999*, by **Jan Berg**, **Edgar Morscher** and **Anneliese Müller**, while a list of bibliographies including papers published between 2000 and 2017 can be found in *Bernard Bolzano: His Life and Work*, by **Paul Rusnock** and **Jan Šebestík**. In Czech, an extensive selected bibliography can be found in *Bernard Bolzano (1781-1848): výběrová bibliografie*, by **Jan Švejda**, published in 1981 on the occasion of Bolzano’s bicentennial and built upon the 1972 “Bolzano-Bibliographie”, by **Jan Berg**, **Edgar Morscher** and **Marie Pavlíková**.

# 2023

“How to Distinguish Simple Objectless Ideas”, by **Jan Claas**

“Bolzano on Bolzano: A Hitherto Unknown Announcement of Bolzano’s *Beyträge*”, by **Elías Fuentes Guillén**

“Frege’s Silence About Bolzano”, by **Jan Šebestík**

# 2022

“Bolzano’s Theory of *meßbare Zahlen*: Insights and Uncertainties Regarding the Number Continuum”, by **Elías Fuentes Guillén**

# 2021

“Bolzano, Kant and the traditional theory of concepts: A computational investigation”, by **Annapaola Ginammi**, **Jelke Bloem**, **Rob Koopman**, **Shenghui Wang** and **Arianna Betti**

“The 1804 examination for the chair of Elementary Mathematics at the University of Prague”, by **Elías Fuentes Guillén** and **Davide Crippa**

“Bolzano’s Mathematical Infinite”, by **Anna Bellomo** and **Guillaume Massas**

# 2020

“Continuity between Cauchy and Bolzano: issues of antecedents and priority”, by **Jacques Bair**, **Piotr Błaszczyk**, **Elías Fuentes Guillén**, **Peter Heinig**, **Vladimir Kanovei** and **Mikhail Katz**

“The notion of variable quantities ω in Bolzano’s early works”, by **Elías Fuentes Guillén** and **Carmen Martínez Adame**

# 2018

“Bolzano’s Infinite Quantities”, by **Kateřina Trlifajová**

“Collections in Early Bolzano”, by **Stefania Centrone** and **Mark Siebel**

# 2017

“Mathematical Visionary: Bolzano in Bohemia”, by **Steve Russ**

# 2016

“Bolzano’s measurable numbers: are they real?”, by **Steve Russ** and **Kateřina Trlifajová**

“Early Bolzano on *ground-consequence* proofs”, by **Stefania Centrone**

“Simplicity and Economy in Bolzano’s Theory of Grounding”, by **Stefan Roski** and **Antje Rumberg**

# 2015

“Bolzano’s Monadology”, by **Peter Simons**

# 2014

“The Transition from Formula-Centered to Concept-Centered Analysis. Bolzano’s Purely Analytic Proof”, by **Iris Loeb** and **Stefan Roski**

“Bolzano versus Kant: Mathematics as a *Scientia Universalis*”, by **Paola Cantù**

“Bolzano’s *Lehrjahre*”, by **Jan Šebestík**

“Bolzano’s logical realism”, by **Sandra Lapointe**

“Mathematics, Logics, and Philosophy: The Analytic/Synthetic Distinction in Kant, Bolzano and Peirce”, by **Michael Otte**

# 2013

“The *Beyträge* at 200: Bolzano’s quiet revolution in the philosophy of mathematics”, by **Paul Rusnock** and **Jan Šebestík**

“Bolzano’s Concept of Grounding (*Abfolge*) against the Background of Normal Proofs”, by **Antje Rumberg**

“Kant and Bolzano on Analyticity”, by **Paul Rusnock**

“On Bolzano’s Concept of a Sum”, by **Paul Rusnock**

# 2012

“Strenge Beweise und das Verbot der *metábasis eis állo génos*”, by **Stefania Centrone**

“Bolzano’s Universe: Truth, Logic and Metaphysics”, by **Arianna Betti**

“Bolzano and Kant on the Nature of Logic”, by **Clinton Tolley**

# 2011

“Kant and Bolzano on logical form”, by **Paul Rusnock**

“‘It Falls Somewhat Short of Logical Precision.’ Bolzano on Kant’s Definition of Analyticity”, by **Mark Siebel**

“Bolzano e la logica”, by **Peter Simons**

“Concepts and contrasts: Hermann Grassmann and Bernard Bolzano”, by **Steve Russ**

# 2010

“Explanation in metaphysics and Bolzano’s theory of ground and consequence”, by **Arianna Betti**

“Rigor, Re-Proof and Bolzano’s Critical Program”, by **Michael Detlefsen**

“Etchemendy and Bolzano on Logical Consequence”, by **Paul Rusnock** and **Mark Burke**

“Functions in Frege, Bolzano and Husserl”, by **Stefania Centrone**

“The analytic-synthetic distinction and the classical model of science: Kant, Bolzano and Frege”, by **Willem R. de Jong**

# 2008

“Bolzanos zwei Substanzbegriffe. Anmerkungen zu Krauses Bolzano-Interpretation”, by **Benjamin Schnieder**

# 2007

“Mere Possibilities: A Bolzanian Approach to Non-Actual Objects”, by **Benjamin Schnieder**

# 2006

“Austrian philosophers on truth”, by **Peter Simons**

“Analyticity and logical truth: From Bolzano to Quine”, by **Wolfgang Künne**

“The great divide within Austrian philosophy: The synthetic a priori”, by **Edgar Morscher**

# 2005

“Bolzano and uniform continuity”, by **Paul Rusnock** and **Angus Kerr-Lawson**

# 2004

“Bolzano as Logician”, by **Paul Rusnock** and **Rolf George**

# 2003

“Bolzano sur la structure des propositions et le rôle sémantique des propriétés”, by **Benjamin Schnieder**

“Husserl Reader of Bolzano”, by **Jan Šebestík**

# 2002

“Bolzano’s Concept of Consequence”, by **Mark Siebel**

“Bolzano’s Theory of Ground and Consequence”, by **Armin Tatzel**

“Compatibility and relevance: Bolzano and Orlov”, by **Werner Stelzner**

# 2001

“Ontological Convictions and Epistemological Obstacles in Bolzano’s Elementary Geometry”, by **Guillermina Waldegg**

“Bernard Bolzano, Analyticity and the Aristotelian Model of Science”, by **Willem R. de Jong**

“Bolzano’s inheritance research in Bohemia”, by **Magdalena Hykšová**

# 2000

“Il problema dei fondamenti della matematica all’inizio dell’Ottocento. Due linee di pensiero: Bolzano e Gauss”, by **Paolo Bussotti**

“From Bolzano’s Point of View”, by **Jan Berg**