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The Mathematical Logic of Stories (Book Discussion)

Feb 22

Do all stories have a mathematical logic? Is all mathematics storytelling? Is there a literary side to math and a mathematical side to literature? John Allen Paulos explores the surprising connections between the seemingly separate cultures of math and literature in his short, witty, sometimes quirky and sometimes profound book "Once Upon A Number: the hidden mathematical logic of stories". Indeed Paulos explicitly explores mathematics as a potentially unifying tool to address C. P. Snow's critique of The Two Cultures.

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