Mind tools: the five levels of mathematical realityA popular, accessible exploration of the dizzying concepts of postmodern mathematics. Illustrated. 
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Contents
Mathematics as Information  3 
Logic and Infinity  10 
Information and Communication  25 
Copyright  
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