Bernard Bolzano
Resources

Resources

The most valuable resource concerning Bolzano’s mathematics is undoubtedly the Bolzano Collection in the Czech Digital Mathematics Library, which is operated by the Matematický ústav Akademie věd České republiky. A short biography focused on his mathematical work can be found in the entry Bolzano, by J. J. O’Connor and E. F. Robertson, in the MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive.

A most valuable resource on Bolzano’s logic is the entry Bolzano’s Logic, by Jan Šebestík, in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

A further valuable resource are the Bernard Bolzano-Seiten of the Department of Philosophy at the Kultur- und Gesellschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät of the Universität Salzburg, which include information about the Internationale Bernard Bolzano-Gesellschaft and its Newsletter, the Bolzano-Winter-Archiv, the book series Beiträge zur Bolzano-Forschung and other useful information.

Finally, a highly valuable resource on Bolzano’s work can be found in the entry Bernard Bolzano, by Edgar Morscher, in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.