Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Luitzen Egbertus Jan Brouwer" by Mark van Atten

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A full bibliography of Brouwer’s writings can be found in

The Brouwer Papers are kept at Noord-Hollands Archief in Haarlem, the Netherlands.

Availability of Brouwer’s writings

Facsimiles of almost all of Brouwer’s published papers can be found in

Full scans and transcriptions of Brouwer’s student notebooks (in Dutch) are available online.

In the Collected Works, papers in Dutch have been translated into English (without naming the translator(s)), but papers in French or German have not. English translations of several of them can be found in

An English translation of Brouwer’s little book Leven, Kunst en Mystiek of 1905, of which the Collected Works contain only excerpts, is

The Berlin lectures of 1927 have been published in

The Cambridge lectures of 1946–1951, which are recommended as Brouwer’s own introduction to intuitionism, have been published as

A selection of Brouwer’s correspondence has been published as

Of particular biographical interest is the correspondence between Brouwer and his friend, the socialist poet C.S. Adama van Scheltema, which covers the years 1898–1924. The Selected Correspondence presents a number of these letters in English. The full correspondence has been published in Dutch, with notes, an introduction, and an appendix on Brouwer, as

Cited texts by Brouwer

Brouwer’s writings are referred to according to the scheme in the bibliography van Dalen, 1997.

Cited primary texts by others

Secondary Literature

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