Mathematical phenomena, their
evolution and development
(Examples and discussions on this web site.)
Aaron Sloman
School of Computer Science
University of Birmingham

"For mathematics is after all an anthropological phenomenon."
(Wittgenstein, Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics)

No, though it is partly a biological phenomenon.

29 Aug 2013
Updated: 13 Jul 2018; 24 Mar 2019; 4 Apr 2019
22 Sep 2013; 21 Nov 2013; 9 Sep 2014; 7 Dec 2014; 29 Mar 2015; 4 Sep 2016;

N.B. The order of items listed here is not significant.
The order may be revised later.

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Papers related to mathematics, philosophy, and life in the CogAff web site.
To be pruned, sorted, annotated.


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School of Computer Science
The University of Birmingham