Infinity and the mind: the science and philosophy of the infinite

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Harvester Press, 1982 - Mathematics - 342 pages
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User Review  - MaowangVater - LibraryThing

In the 1981 preface Rucker writes, “This book discusses every kind of infinity: potential and actual, mathematical and physical, the ontological and the mundane.” The main line of argument is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Packrat - LibraryThing

The contents of this book is best used in 50 lb bags, available at most lawn & garden stores. You would get a better grasp of infinity by overdosing on dextromethorphan than by reading this tripe. The basic concept of a true infinity escapes Mr. Rucker throughout the whole book. Read full review


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