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Born to a poor cobbler who self-taught himself mathematics, by studying Newton, among others; invented Boolean algebra, the basis of modern computer logic (as later ferreted out by Claude Shannon (1938) in terms of logic gates), with the publication of his 1847

Further reading

● Boole, George. (1847).

● Boole, George. (1854).

External links

● George Boole – Wikipedia.

**George Boole**(1815-1864) (IQ:175|#227) [RGM:424|1,280+] [GME:77] was English mathematician, educator, philosopher and logician; noted for []Overview

Born to a poor cobbler who self-taught himself mathematics, by studying Newton, among others; invented Boolean algebra, the basis of modern computer logic (as later ferreted out by Claude Shannon (1938) in terms of logic gates), with the publication of his 1847

*Mathematical Analysis of Logic*; his 1854 book*The Laws of Thought*, one of the first books in human mathematics, showed how to reduce human reasoning (logic) to a symbolic form resembling ordinary numerical algebra; was a college professor in mathematics by age thirty-four (despite holding no university degree); published a treatise on differential equations (1859).Further reading

● Boole, George. (1847).

*Mathematical Analysis of Logic*. Publisher.● Boole, George. (1854).

*The Laws of Thought*. Publisher.External links

● George Boole – Wikipedia.