Emblems of Mind: The Inner Life of Music and Mathematics

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Random House Incorporated, 1995 - Music - 263 pages
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The chief music critic of The New York Times explores the mysterious relationship between music and mathematics, detailing their common origins, their historical interconnections, and the similarities in their stated goals. 20,000 first printing.

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Rothstein, who is both a mathematician and a musician, is currently the chief music critic for the New York Times. In moving back and forth between the worlds of music and mathematics, he has ... Read full review

Contents

THE NEED FOR METAPHOR
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XIV
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Selected Bibliography
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