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|Inference: International Review of Science|
|A quarterly review of the sciences "dedicated to publishing reasoned, informed, and insightful critical essays." Past math articles by Gregory Chaitin, Alexander Kharazishvili, and others have included Fukugen: On Shinichi Mochizuki's Inter-universal Teichmüller Theory; Cantor's Diagonalization Method: On the significance and implications of Cantor's discovery; Doing Mathematics Differently: A look at complexity using algorithmic information theory; Strangely Convergent Sequences: On the paradoxical math at the border of finite and infinite; Blinded by Love: On the relationship of mathematics to the arts; Tōhoku: Grothendieck's groundbreaking paper on homological algebra; The Perfect Language: Incompleteness and uncomputability in algorithmic information theory; and A Country Known Only by Name: An appraisal by a colleague and friend.|
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