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Springer, 1932 . vii-f-310 pp.+330 figures. R.M. 25.80. The foundation of this extremely interesting book is a course of lectures delivered by Hilbert at the University of Göttingen in the winter of 1920-21. The notes were taken by W. Rosemann and supplemented and edited by S. Cohn-Vossen. In the preface Hilbert points out that in mathematics as in all other scientific research we meet two sorts of tendencies: one towards abstraction, the other towards intuition. The first seeks to work out thedoi:10.1090/s0002-9904-1933-05598-2 fatcat:oclhihtuynckthbrgvcyikrym4