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Tag Archives: Michael J. Barany
Putting Math In Context
So, I’ve been eavesdropping on math history Twitter for the better part of a year now and there is one thread of conversation over there that I’ve been wanting to talk about, namely, the question of whether math – the … Continue reading →
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Tagged Alexander R. Galloway, C.K. Raju, Math History, Michael J. Barany, Thony Christie

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Don’t Worry, Math Is Still Everywhere
Last week Michael J. Barany — a mathematical historian — published a blog post in Scientific American titled Mathematicians Are Overselling the Idea That “Math Is Everywhere.” We can talk about whether or not the main arguments of his article … Continue reading →