American mathematician and journalist of pronounced philosophical inclinations

Mathematics

- Bachelors Mathematics University of Chicago
- Masters Mathematics University of Chicago
- PhD Mathematics University of Chicago

According to Wikipedia, Cassius Jackson Keyser was an American mathematician of pronounced philosophical inclinations. Life Keyser's initial higher education was at North West Ohio Normal School , then became a school teacher and principal. In 1885, he married a fellow student at the Normal School, Ella Maud Crow. He completed a second undergraduate degree, a BSc, at the University of Missouri in 1892. After teaching there, at the New York State Normal School , and at Washington University in St. Louis, he enrolled as a graduate student at Columbia University, earning the MA in 1896 and the PhD in 1901. He spent the rest of his career at Columbia, becoming the Adrain Professor of Mathematics and Head of the department . He retired in 1927.

- Contributions to the Founding of the Theory of Transfinite Numbers (1916) (354)
- The Thirteen Books of Euclid's Elements Translated from the Text of Heiberg with Introduction and Commentary (1909) (122)
- Scientific Method in Philosophy (1916) (28)
- The Manhood of Humanity (26)
- The rôle of the concept of infinity in the work of Lucretius (1918) (22)
- THE HUMAN WORTH OF RIGOROUS THINKING. (1920) (15)
- Concerning the axiom of infinity and mathematical induction (1903) (8)
- THE HUMAN SIGNIFICANCE OF MATHEMATICS. (1915) (7)
- THE HUMANIZATION OF THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS. (1912) (6)
- Elements of the differential and integral calculus (1905) (5)
- THE THESIS OF MODERN LOGISTIC. (1909) (4)
- An Elementary Course in the Integral Calculus (1899) (4)
- An Elementary Treatise on Calculus (1913) (3)
- THE NATURE OF THE DOCTRINAL FUNCTION AND ITS ROLE IN RATIONTAL THOUGHT (1932) (2)
- Concerning the angles and the angular determination of planes in 4–space (1902) (2)
- Concerning Multiple Interpretations of Postulate Systems and the "Existence" of Hyperspace (1913) (2)
- Elements of the Differential Calculus (1900) (2)
- Science and Religion: the Rational and the Superrational. (1916) (2)
- Problems in the Calculus (1916) (2)
- Differential and Integral Calculus with Examples and Applications (1907) (2)
- Mathematics as a Culture Clue and Other Essays, by Cassius Jackson Keyser (1948) (2)
- The Asymmetry of the Imagination (1911) (2)
- Concerning the Concept and Existence-Proofs of the Infinite (1904) (1)
- Algebra for Schools (1899) (1)
- GRADUATE MATHEMATICAL INSTRUCTION FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS NOT INTENDING TO BECOME MATHEMATICIANS. (1915) (1)
- A Mathematical Prodigy: History and Legend (1941) (1)
- Mathematical Emancipations: The Passing of the Point and the Number Three: Dimensionality and Hyperspace. (1)
- Mathematics and the question of cosmic mind with other essays (1935) (1)
- Differential and Integral Calculus (1909) (1)
- The Elements of Analytic Geometry (1905) (1)
- CONCERNING THE FIGURE AND THE DIMENSIONS OF THE UNIVERSE OF SPACE. (1913) (1)
- Humanism and Science. (1933) (1)
- Mathematics as a Culture Clue. Collected Works, Vol. I (1947) (1)
- The Algebra of Logic (1914) (1)
- The Elements of Plane and Solid Analytical Geometry (1905) (1)
- THE NATURE OF MAN. (1921) (1)
- ON THE STUDY OF LEGAL SCIENCE (1929) (1)
- Review: Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (1924) (1)
- VII. The Axiom of Infinity: A New Presupposition of Thought (1925) (1)
- The Eye of Mathematics (1908) (1)
- A Tribute to John Howard Van Amringe (0)
- Analytical Geometry and Principles of Algebra (1914) (0)
- Portraits of Famous Philosophers Who Were Also Mathematicians. (1940) (0)
- Review: Hastings Berkeley, Mysticism in Mathematics (0)
- Some Outstanding Problems for Philosophy (1905) (0)
- A Fundamental Background (1929) (0)
- Aspects of Science. (1937) (0)
- The Boston Colloquium (1905) (0)
- Circle range transversals of circle ranges in a plane: A problem of simple construction (1907) (0)
- The Analysis of Mind (1921) (0)
- Scripta mathematica forum lectures (1938) (0)
- The Rôle of infinity in cosmology of Epicurus (1936) (0)
- Problems of Science (1914) (0)
- Concerning groups of dyadic relations of an arbitrary field (0)
- The Meaning of Mathematics (1940) (0)
- Book reviews: Mathematics as a Culture Clue and Other Essays (1948) (0)
- Book Review: Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy (1916) (0)
- An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus Founded on the Method of Rates (1909) (0)
- The Organization of Thought (1918) (0)
- Mathematics as a Culture Clue, and Other Essays. (Vol. I of The Collected Works.) (1947) (0)
- Introduction to Infinitesimal Analysis: Functions of One Real Variable (1907) (0)
- Book Reviews: Portraits of Famous Philosophers who were also Mathematicians with Biographical Accounts (1940) (0)
- The Message of Mathematics to Theology (1911) (0)
- Theorems concerning positive definitions of finite assemblage and infinite assemblage (1901) (0)
- Elements of the Infinitesimal Calculus (1907) (0)
- Pure Mathematics . Foundtions of mathematics . Mathematical Applications (0)
- Book Review: Mysticism in Mathematics (0)
- Scientific Books: Principia Mathematica; Differential and Integral Calculus (1913) (0)
- A Collection of Essays: Mathematics as a Culture Clue (1948) (0)
- The rational and the superrational : studies in thinking (1952) (0)
- A History of Japanese Mathematics (1914) (0)
- Science-history Of The Universe Vol. 8 (0)
- Mathematical Essays and Addresses@@@The Human Worth of Rigorous Thinking: Essays and Addresses. (1920) (0)
- A Treatise on the Theory of Invariants (1916) (0)
- Review: Ernst Mach, Space and Geometry in the Light of Physiological, Psychological and Physical Inquiry (0)
- The Pastures of Wonder. (1930) (0)
- Introduction a la Geometrie Generale (0)
- Scientific Books: A First Course in the Differential and Integral Calculus; First Course in Calculus (1908) (0)
- Descriptive Geometry for Students of Engineering (1905) (0)
- Historical Introduction to Mathematical Literature (1916) (0)
- Trigonometry for Schools and Collages (0)
- Chapter 2 Disaggregation of Stocks Logic is the muse of thought (0)
- IV. The Walls of the World; or Concerning the Figure and the Dimensions of the Universe of Space (1925) (0)
- On a definitive property of the covariant (1899) (0)
- A sensuous representation of paths that lead from the inside to the outside of an ordinary sphere in point space of four dimensions without penetrating the surface of the sphere (1911) (0)
- An Introduction to Projective Geometry and Its Applications (1905) (0)
- The Collected Works of C. J. Keyser. II. The Rational and the Superrational (1953) (0)
- Mathematical Philosophy and Philosophy of Mathematics@@@Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy. (1920) (0)
- The Organization of Thought . By A. N. Whitehead, Sc.D., F.R.S., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Professor of Applied Mathematics at the Imperial College of Science and Technology. London, Williams and Norgate. 1917. Pp. 219. (1918) (0)
- Plane Trigonometry . By Daniel A. Murray, Ph.D., Instructor in Mathematics in Cornell University. New York, London and Bombay, Longmans, Green & Co. 1899. Pp. xiii + 301. (1901) (0)
- Memorabilia Mathematica or The Philomath's Quatation-book (0)
- Concerning Certain 4-Space Quintic Configurations of Point Ranges and Congruences, and Their Sphere Analogues in Ordinary Space (1905) (0)
- Note concerning the number of possible interpretations of any system of postulates (1918) (0)

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