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Annotated Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions

Paperback, 22/07/2008, £21.99
For the first time in paperback, the only annotated edition of Edwin Abbott's classic mind-bending tale of an alternate, two-dimensional universe presented side-by-side with mathematician Ian Stewart's revealing commentary and analysis.

Professor Stewart's Casebook of Mathematical Mysteries

Paperback, 22/10/2015, £8.99
Like its wildly popular predecessors 'Cabinet of Mathematical Curiosities' and 'Hoard of Mathematical Treasures', this book is a miscellany of over 150 mathematical curios and conundrums, packed with trademark humour and numerous illustrations.

Symmetry: A Very Short Introduction

Paperback, 30/05/2013, £7.99
Symmetry is an immensely important concept in mathematics and throughout the sciences. In this Very Short Introduction, Ian Stewart highlights the deep implications of symmetry and its important scientific applications across the entire subject.

Infinity: A Very Short Introduction

Paperback, 23/03/2017, £8.99
Ian Stewart considers the concept of infinity and the profound role it plays in mathematics, logic, physics, cosmology, and philosophy. He shows that working with infinity is not just an abstract, intellectual exercise, and analyses its important practical everyday applications.

Figments of Reality

Paperback, 09/09/1999, £23.00
Popular science tour de force from bestselling authors, on evolution of intelligence, culture and mind.

Professor Stewart's Incredible Numbers

Paperback, 11/02/2016, £9.99

Great Mathematical Problems

Paperback, 06/03/2014, £9.99
There are some mathematical problems whose significance goes beyond the ordinary - like Fermat's Last Theorem or Goldbach's Conjecture. This book explains why these problems exist, why they matter, what drives mathematicians to incredible lengths to solve them and where they stand in the context of mathematics and science as a whole.

Taming the Infinite

Paperback, 03/09/2009, £9.99
From ancient Babylon to the last great unsolved problems, Ian Stewart brings us his definitive history of mathematics. In his famous straightforward style, Professor Stewart explains each major development - from the first number systems to chaos theory - and considers how each affected society and changed everyday life forever.

Mathematics Of Life

Paperback, 05/07/2012, £9.99
A new partnership of biologists and mathematicians is picking apart the hidden complexity of animals and plants to throw fresh light on the behaviour of entire organisms, how they interact and how changes in biological diversity affect the planet's ecological balance. The author explores these and whole range of pertinent issues.