6 edition of Mathematics Elsewhere found in the catalog.
October 18, 2004
by Princeton University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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For many Westerners the term “math. Mathematics Elsewhere is a fascinating and important contribution to a global view of mathematics. Presenting mathematical ideas of peoples from a variety of small-scale and traditional cultures, it humanizes our view of mathematics and expands our. Mathematics Elsewhere is a fascinating and important contribution to a global view of mathematics.
Presenting mathematical ideas of peoples from a variety of small-scale and traditional cultures, it humanizes our view of mathematics and expands our /5.
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Mathematics Elsewhere: An Exploration of Ideas Across Cultures, Marcia Ascher, x + pp., $ Princeton University Press, 41 Williams Street, Princeton, New JerseyMarcia Ascher has been a noted scholar of ethnomathematics for many years, blending anthropology and mathematics at least since.
Mathematics elsewhere: an exploration of ideas across cultures. [Marcia Ascher] Presenting mathematical ideas of people from a variety of small-scale and traditional cultures, this book humanizes our view of mathematics and expands our conception of what is mathematical.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Published to accompany an exhibition /5(5). This does not mean, however, that developments elsewhere have been unimportant.
Indeed, to understand the history of mathematics in Europe, it is necessary to know its history at least in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt, in ancient Greece, and in Islamic civilization from the 9th to the 15th way in which these civilizations influenced one another and the important.
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On the word \because" in mathematics, and elsewhere Barry Mazur Aug Contents I Introduction 1 1 What is a question. 3 2 Teleology 5 3 Mathematical questions 5 4 Abstracting and/or Generalizing: 7 5 Some examples 8 6 Viewing a mathematical issue as controlled by some di erent underlying concep-tual structure 9.
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Through engaging examples of how particular societies structure time, reach .a knowledge of mathematics nor an aptitude for mathematical sym-bolism.
Here, however, as elsewhere, the method is more important than the results, from the point of view of further research; and the method cannot well be explained within the framework of such a book as the following. It is to be hoped that some readers may beFile Size: KB.
The down-to-earth explanations and the over exercises make the book suitable for use as a graduate-level textbook, but even experts will appreciate having a single source covering many aspects of geometry over an unrestricted ground field and containing some material that cannot be found elsewhere.