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Barnes, B., Bloor, D. & Henry, J.

— 1996 *Scientific Knowledge: A Sociological Analysis*, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Benardete, J. A.

— 1968 Continuity and the Theory of Measurement, *The Journal of Philosophy, *65(14), 411-430.

Boi, L.

— 1997 Géométrie elliptique non-euclidienne et théorie des biquaternions chez Clifford : l’élaboration d’une algèbre géométrique. *Le Nombre, une hydre à *n *visages : Entre nombres complexes et vecteurs, *Paris : Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, 209-238.

Cantor, G. N. & Hodge, M. J. S.

— 1981 *Conceptions of Ether: Studies in the History of Ether Theories 1740-1900*, Cambridge: The Cambridge University Press.

Clifford, W. K.

— 1870 On Theories of Physical Forces, *Lectures and Essays, *London: MacMillan and Co., 1879, 109-123.

— 1872 Atoms, *Lectures and Essays, *London: MacMillan and Co., 1879, 158-189.

— 1873 Preliminary Sketches of Bi-quaternions, *Mathematical Papers, *London: MacMillan and Co., 1882, 181-196.

— 1876a Further Note on Bi-quaternions, *Mathematical Papers, *London: MacMillan and Co., 1882, 385-394.

— 1876b On the Space-Theory of Matter (Abstract), *Mathematical Papers,* London: Macmillan and Co., 1882, 21-22.

— 1878 *Elements of Dynamic, An Introduction to the Study of Motion and Rest in Solid and Fluid Bodies, Part I. Kinematic, *London: Macmillan and Co.

— 1879 The Philosophy of the Pure Sciences, *Lectures and Essays, *London: MacMillan and Co., 301-409.

— 1882 *Mathematical Papers, *London: MacMillan and Co.

— 1885 *Common Sense of the Exact Sciences, *London: Sigma Books, 1947.

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Cooke, R.

— 2005 Richard Dedekind, *Stetigkeit und Irrationale Zahlen *(1872), *Landmarks Writings in Western Mathematics, 1640-1940*, Amsterdam: Elsevier, B.V., Chapter 43, 553-563.

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Crowe, M. J.

— 1967 *A History of Vector Analysis: The Evolution of the Idea of a Vectorial System*, Notre Dame and London: University of Notre Dame Press.

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Dedekind, R.

— 1963 Continuity and Irrational Numbers. *Essays on the Theory of Numbers, *New York: Dover, 1-27.

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Evans, M. G.

— 1955 Aristotle, Newton and the Theory of Continuous Magnitudes, *Journal of the History of Ideas, *16(4), 548-557.

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Fowler, D.

— 1992 Dedekind’s Theorem: √2* *x √3 = √6, *The American Mathematical Monthly, *99(8), 725-733.

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Gray, J.

— 2005 Bernhard Riemann, Posthumous Thesis ‘On the hypotheses which lie at the foundation of geometry’ (1867). *Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics, 1640-1940, *Amsterdam: Elsevier B.V., Chapter 39, 506-520.

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Jourdain, P. E. B.

— 1908 The Introduction of Irrational Numbers, *The Mathematical Gazette, *4(69), 201-209.

— 1867 Law and Bye Laws of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, *The Cambridge University Calendar For the Year 1866, *Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, and Co., 591-605.

Lewis, A. C.

— 2005 William Rowan Hamilton, Lectures on Quaternions (1853). *Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics, 1640-1940, *Amsterdam: Elsevier B.V., Chapter 35, 460-469.

Lightman, B.

— 1997 “The Voices of Nature”: Popularizing Victorian Science, *Victorian Science in Context, *Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Chapter 9, 187-211.

Meuller, I.

— 1969 Zeno’s Paradoxes and Continuity, *Mind, New Series, *78(309), 129-131.

Pitkin, W. B.

— 1906 Continuity and Number, *The Philosophical Review, *15(6), 597-605.

Pycior, H. M.

— 1976 *Ph.D. Thesis, The Role of Sir William Rowan Hamilton in the Development of British Modern Algebra*, Cornell University.

— 1997 *Symbols, Impossible Numbers, and Geometric Entanglements: British Algebra Through the Commentaries on Newton’s Universal Arithmetick*, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Riemann, B.

— 1868 Ueber die Hypothesen, welche der Geometrie zu Grunde liegen, *Abhandlungen der Königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, *13, 1867. Cited according to the English translation by William Kingdon Clifford, On the Hypotheses which Lie at the Bases of Geometry, *Mathematical Papers, *London: MacMillan and Co., 1882, 55-71.

Salanskis, J.-M. & Sinaceur, H.

— 1992 *Le Labyrinthe du Continu : Colloque de Cerisy*, Paris : Springer-Verlag.

Stewart, J.

2003 2.5 Continuity, *Calculus, 5*^{th}* Edition, *Belmont: Brooks/Cole - Thomson Learning, 102-110.

Tucker, R.

— 1882 Preface, *Mathematical Papers, *London: MacMillan and Co.,* x*v-xxix.

Voorhees, B. & Chun, C. S.

— 2004 *Introduction to Calculus 1: Mathematics 265 Study Guide*, Lethbridge: Athabasca University.

Warwick, A.

— 2003 *Masters of Theory: Cambridge and the Rise of Mathematical Physics*, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

White, Henry S.

— 1916 Mathematics in the Nineteenth Century, *Science, New Series, *43 (1113), 583-592.

Whitrow, G. J.

— 1933 Continuity and Irrational Number, *The Mathematical Gazette, *17 (224), 151-157.