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Topic: [math-learn] more cool books - repost of 2/7 message
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Daryl Anderson

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Registered: 12/6/04
[math-learn] more cool books - repost of 2/7 message
Posted: Feb 12, 2001 7:49 AM
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>> I originally sent this to math-learn on 2/7... but good books are
timeless - so I'd appreciate your feedback from anyone who has read them
>> ps. to list-master: do you have any idea why this message did not get to

the group ? I received no error reply from my mailer...

I just bought this one yesterday :

"Where Mathematics Comes From: How The Embodied Mind Brings Mathematics into


How could you resist that title... got a look at it in a local
bookstore, felt guilty about pushing all my $$$ to amazon so I bought it
there - review pending.

I also have a bunch of others on my wish list... Too many to buy (and read
!) so I'd be inerested in hearing other folks reviews of any of these :

"Number" - by Midhat Gazale :: looks like a good history of math with some
engaging mathematical content as well Bottom of Form 1


"Duelling Idiots and Other Probability Puzzlers" by Paul Nahin


"Conned Again, Watson!: Cautionary Tales of Logic, Math, and Probability" by
Colin Bruce


"The Math Gene : How Mathematical Thinking Evolved and Why Numbers are Like
Gossip " by Keith Devlin. ( How does this compare to "The Number Sense" and
"What Counts" - ?))


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