Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Mathematics for the Non-Mathematician

Just a brief recommendation. I had an opportunity over the weekend to re-read parts of the extraordinary book Mathematics for the Non-Mathematician. The history of science gets quite a bit of coverage, less so the history of mathematics as an independent subject. This book simultaneously makes a strong case for an interest in mathematics as a subject, its inter-relationship with civilization and is just damned interesting to read. This is actually in my top-twenty recommended books for everyone.

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Blogger Sam Krupa said...

What's your level of mathematics knowledge?

Sam Krupa

5:16 AM  
Blogger Greg Pavlik said...

Graduate level course work.

6:33 AM  

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