Libgen is going down.
Download all the books you want to while the time is ripe.
If someone can download everything, that would be nice. Download as many books you can.
>What is libgen
suck a dick.
Wait, for me it looks like they are just cracking under the Elsevier jews, aren't they just for papers/journals? Can't they just take that stuff offline and still host the textbooks?
Because I find the textbooks alot more important.
Artin - Algebra
Atiyah & Macdonald - Introduction to Commutative Algebra
Billingsley - Probability and Measure
Birkhoff & Maclane - Algebra
Bordelles - Arithmetic Tales
Cartan - Differential Calculus
Feller - An Introduction to Probability Theory
Gamelin & Greene - Introduction to Topology
Gelbaum & Olmstead - Counterexamples in Analysis
Lang - Algebra
Lee - Introduction to Smooth Manifolds
Leveque - Fundamentals of Number Theory
Makarov, etc. - Selected Problems in Real Analysis
Milnor - Topology from the Differentiable Viewpoint
Needham - Visual Complex Analysis
Peskine - An Algebraic Introduction to Complex Projective Geometry I: Commutative Algebra
Polya & Szego - Problems and Theorems in Analysis
Prasolov - Problems and Theorems in Linear Algebra
Rudin - Principles of Mathematical Analysis
Rudin - Real and Complex Analysis
Rudin - Functional Analysis
Serre, D. - Matrices: Theory and Applications
Serre - Cours d'arithmétique
Serre - Linear Representations of Finite Groups
Spivak - Calculus
Yosida - Functional Analysis
Zariski & Samuel - Commutative Algebra I
Thanks. Except for probably 3 or 4 I found them all and am creating a mega along with some of my own collection on probability analysis complex variables and linear algebra. Give me a few minutes.
Anything by Shimura
Anything by Silverman
Aluffi - Algebra Chapter 0
Goldfeld - AUTOMORPHIC FORMS AND L-FUNCTIONS FOR THE GROUP GL(n,R)
Falko Lorenz - Algebra Volume II (probably Volume I also but I haven't actually looked at it)
Rick Miranda - Algebraic Curves and Riemann Surfaces
Shafarevich (sp?) - Basic Notions of Algebra
Michio Kuga - Galois' Dream: Group Theory and Differential Equations
>what the Church was to science and human progress in medieval times.
top american meme
>the Church was to science and human progress in medieval times.
>there was no scientific progress in the medieval ages because of the church
>there was no scientific progress in the medieval ages, period
/r/atheism might be a better place for intellectuals such as yourself.
> Church was to science and human progress in medieval times.
Edgelord. Some of the most famous mathematicians were religious. Not just Christians, throughout the world. Name a few famous atheist euphoric mathematicians and physicists. I can name more who are religious.
>famous scientists ceased to exist after WW2.
jesus you're fucking retarded. Please don't spread your cancer on /sci/ Go to reddit. You will get a lot of upvotes there and people will thank you for your existence.
The fundamental flaw with atheism and the left is that people like you have a voice. In my world, I would've shown you how the guillotine works for being this stupid.
i did some research on what textbooks were considered the "best" or "essential" for topics in undergraduate mathematics and also some graduate level stuff and downloaded a bunch of it. there's also a biology book in here. i don't know if im using the website correctly, so i dont know if you guys will be able to access and download the files
does anyone have textbooks that would complete a physics undergraduate education?
i was asking because libgen wasn't working so i figured it was officially down as of now, so i can't access any physics books, otherwise i would've done something similar to what i did with the math books. i was asking if anybody had any actual downloadable files. thank you for the suggestion though
It's not working, can you please post the link again?
i'm getting this error whenever i try to use a magnet link. Anybody know how I can fix this?
So, if I read the article correctly, Elsevier can't really do much but seize the domain? Just save the IP then and it should be fine? Nowhere in the article it says they are going to actually physically seize the servers.
Editors and editorial board of Elsevier journal "Lingua" just walked out to start open access journal.
post the full link idiot. Its not working. Try logging out and check if your own link works or not.
Right click on the folder and click on create link. And use the option to create the full link not the encrypted one.