Mind tools: the five levels of mathematical reality

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 1987 - Mathematics - 328 pages
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A popular, accessible exploration of the dizzying concepts of postmodern mathematics. Illustrated.

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Mathematics as Information
3
Logic and Infinity
10
Information and Communication
25
Copyright

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Rudy Rucker is a mathematician, computer scientist, professor and writer who has twice won the Philip K. Dick Award for best SF paperback original, and has published a number of successful popular books on mathematical subjects, including "The Fourth Dimension" and "Infinity and the Mind." He lives in Los Gatos, California.

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