1. Adrian Rice (2015). Partnership and Partition: A Case Study of Mathematical Exchange. Philosophia Scientiæ 19:115-134.
    It is now just over one hundred years since the beginning of the mathematical partnership between the Cambridge analyst G. H. Hardy and the Indian mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan, one of the most celebrated collaborations in the history of mathematics. Indeed, the story of how Ramanujan was brought from India to Cambridge and feted by the British mathematical establishment now borders on legendary. But, in the context of this collection of articles, it provides an interesting case study of mathematical exchange. (...)
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  2. Adrian Rice (2003). 'Everybody Makes Errors': The Intersection of De Morgan's Logic and Probability, 1837 – 1847. History and Philosophy of Logic 24 (4):289-305.
    For Ivor Grattan-Guinness on the occasion of his retirement. The work of Augustus De Morgan on symbolic logic in the mid-nineteenth century is familiar to historians of logic and mathematics alike. What is less well known is his work on probability and, more specifically, the use of probabilistic ideas and methods in his logic. The majority of De Morgan's work on probability was undertaken around 1837???1838, with his earliest publications on logic appearing from 1839, a period which culminated with the (...)
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  3. Adrian Rice (1996). Augustus De Morgan: Historian of Science. History of Science 34 (104):201-240.
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