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firebones · 2018-07-28 · Original thread
I'm not who you are asking, but this book https://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Experience-Phillip-J-Dav... hits some of the philosophy of math. It's been a long time since I've dipped into it, but IIRC, it puts mathematical discoveries and exploration into more of a cultural and philosophical context. I could see this being sampled for a good crossover course that would cover humanities requirements for STEM, and STEM requirements for humanities.
btilly · 2017-02-09 · Original thread
My experience is that non-mathematicians like to have GED on their coffee tables as a conversation piece. The related book that mathematicians like is https://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Experience-Phillip-J-Dav.... (High school math is enough to enjoy it, but the more math you have, the more you'll get out it. All of the way up to the PhD level.)
cma · 2010-08-23 · Original thread
"The Mathematical Experience" goes into this in pretty good depth.

http://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Experience-Phillip-J-Davi...

cma · 2009-12-08 · Original thread
If you are interested in this topic and you haven't already done so, check out "The Mathematical Experience"

http://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Experience-Phillip-J-Davi...

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