Book of the month: Felix Klein – Visions for mathematics, applications and teaching

Renate Tobies is a renowned historian of mathematics and natural sciences. As a profound researcher, she has been studying Felix Klein and his works for decades. As a quintessence of these studies, she has now presented a book on Felix Klein that can be considered the most comprehensive and scientifically in-depth biography, which also offers new insights into his life and work. However, this book sheds light not only on Klein’s life and mathematical work, but also on his commitment to reforms in mathematics education and other fields.

This book has only been published in German so far.
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