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Mathematics and Logic

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What is mathematics? How was it created and who were and are the people creating and practicing it? Can one describe its development and role in the history of scientific thinking and can one predict the future? This book is a thought-provoking attempt to answer such questions and to suggest the scope and depth of the subject.
The volume begins with a discussion of problems
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 1st 1992 by Dover Publications (first published 1968)
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Oct 02, 2011 J. rated it it was ok
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This had some good stuff in it, but I'm not sure who the intended target audience was. It suffered from deep-and-wide syndrome, where it's too broad for a specialist and too deep for an introduction.
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