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Title
How math explains the world How math explains the world :
Type
Text
Subject
Mathematics--Philosophy.
Mathematics--Psychological aspects.
Mathematics--Sociological aspects.
Number concept.
Mathematical ability.
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: QA8.4 .S72 2008 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 510 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2007041784
Table Of Contents
Prologue: Why your car never seems to be ready when they promised
Describing the universe
The measure of all things
Reality checks
All things great and small
The incomplete toolbox
Impossible constructions
The Hope Diamond of mathematics
Never the twain shall meet
Even logic has limits
Space and time: is that all there is?
Information: the Goldilocks dilemma
Murphy's law
The disorganized universe
The raw materials
The unattainable utopia
Cracks in the foundation
The smoke-filled rooms
Through a glass darkly.
Authorized Access Point
Stein, James D., 1941- How math explains the world