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*Mathesis* (journal)

* Mathesis: Recueil Mathématique* was a Belgian scientific journal for elementary mathematics, established in 1881 by Paul Mansion and Joseph Jean Baptiste Neuberg.[1]

An earlier Belgian mathematics journal, *Nouvelle Correspondance Mathématique*, was established in 1874 by Mansion and Neuberg together with Eugène Catalan. In 1880, *Nouvelle Correspondance* ceased publication, and Mansion and Neuberg together launched its successor, *Mathesis*, in 1881.[2][3] *Mathesis* ceased publication in 1915 because of the war in Europe, but restarted again under the editorship of Neuberg and Adolphe Mineur in 1922[2]
as the official journal of the Belgian Mathematical Society, which itself was founded in 1921.[4][5] It continued in publication until 1965.[6]

## References

- Mawhin, Jean (2011), "Some contributions of Peano to analysis in the light of the work of Belgian mathematicians",
*Giuseppe Peano between mathematics and logic*, Milan: Springer Italia, pp. 13–28, MR 2856941. See in particular p.20, which mentions the founding of*Mathesis*in the context of a brief biography of Paul Mansion. - O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Joseph Jean Baptiste Neuberg",
*MacTutor History of Mathematics archive*, University of St Andrews. - Glaisher, J. W. L. (December 28, 1882), "Mathematics in America" (PDF),
*Nature*: 193–196, doi:10.1038/027193a0. - A brief history of the Belgian Mathematical Society, Luc Lemaire, retrieved 2012-03-20.
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*American Mathematical Monthly*,**29**: 289, September 1922, JSTOR 2299047. - Worldcat catalog entry for
*Mathesis*, retrieved 2012-03-20.

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