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Trends in the History of Science
In this paper, we argue that Bourbaki's historiography, which has been extremely influential among mathematicians and historians of mathematics alike, reflected the special conditions of its elaboration. More specifically, we investigate the way in which the collective writing practices of the members of the Bourbaki group in both mathematics and the history of mathematics help to explain the particular form taken by the Elements of the History of Mathematics (1960). At first sight, this book,doi:10.1007/978-3-319-39649-1_10 fatcat:6c2cwcjb3naklb7g3nzxbov55a