# The Princeton Companion to Mathematics' edited by Timothy Gowers, June Barrow-Green, and Imre Leader (2008)

The Princeton Companion to Mathematics' edited by Timothy Gowers, June Barrow-Green, and Imre Leader (2008)

The book provides an introduction to the various areas of mathematics, from Algebra and Number Theory to Geometry and Combinatorics.

It covers major mathematical themes, from mathematical logic and set theory to probability and statistics.

It examines important concepts and theorems, from the Incompleteness Theorems to the Pigeonhole Principle.

It also explores the history of mathematics, from the ancient Greeks to the present day.

It includes biographies of over 200 of the most influential mathematicians, from Euclid to Kurt Gödel.

It is written for mathematicians and non-mathematicians alike, and provides an accessible and comprehensive overview of mathematics.

It is organized in an A-Z format, making it easy to find relevant entries.

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