René Thom

René Thom in [[Nice]], 1970 René Frédéric Thom (; 2 September 1923 – 25 October 2002) was a French mathematician. He made his reputation as a topologist, moving on to aspects of what would be called singularity theory; he became world-famous among the wider academic community and the educated general public for one aspect of this latter interest, his work as founder of catastrophe theory (later developed by Erik Christopher Zeeman). He received the Fields Medal in 1958. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Thom, René
Published 1985
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by Thom, René.
Published 1997
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by Thom, René
Published 1980
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by Thom, René, 1923-2002.
Published 1975
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by Thom, René, 1923-2002.
Published 1985
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by Thom, Rene, 1923-
Published 1977
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by Thom, René, 1923-2002
Published 1997
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by Thom, René, 1923-2002.
Published 1977
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El inconciente y la ciencia
Filosofía y Humanidades / Psicología
Published 1993
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Published 1992
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Published 1994
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