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firebones · 2018-07-28 · Original thread
I'm not who you are asking, but this book 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 (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.

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"

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