(PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline

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Mathematics for Liberal Arts

CHARACTERS ¹ Mathematics for Liberal Arts SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline Even the artsIn one section Professor Kline discusses non Euclidean geometry ranking it with evolution as one of the two concepts which have most profoundly revolutionized our intellectual development since the nineteenth century His lucid treatment of this difficult subject starts in the 1800s with the pioneering work of Gauss Lobachevsky Bolyai and Riemann and moves forward to the theory of relativity explaining the mathematical scientific and philosophical aspects of this pivotal breakthrough Mathematics for the Nonmathematician exemplifies Morris Kline's rare ability to simplify complex subjects for the nonspeciali. Many years ago I hated math Let be clear this was a thorough loathing of the subject Also many years ago at one particular crossroads in my academic and professional paths I realized I needed to get back into mathematics and move well into calculus at least I walked into my local bookstore and saw this book I bought it and within minutes of having purchased it I found I couldn t stop reading itI walked the entire way home from the bookstore never mind I had driven to get there reading this book the whole way home Since that time I have read this book no fewer than a dozen times and my first copy remains my most treasured book of all I have bought subseuent copies to lend and gift to others who don t care for The Ants Go Marching One by One lucid treatment of this difficult subject starts in the 1800s with the pioneering work of Gauss Lobachevsky Bolyai and Riemann and moves forward to the theory of relativity explaining the mathematical scientific and philosophical aspects of this pivotal breakthrough Mathematics for the Nonmathematician exemplifies Morris Kline's rare ability to simplify complex subjects for the nonspeciali. Many years ago I hated math Let be clear this was a thorough 27 Groups of Exercises: Trumpet loathing of the subject Also many years ago at one particular crossroads in my academic and professional paths I realized I needed to get back into mathematics and move well into calculus at Dear Jane least I walked into my Third Lies the Charm The Liar Society #3 local bookstore and saw this book I bought it and within minutes of having purchased it I found I couldn t stop reading itI walked the entire way home from the bookstore never mind I had driven to get there reading this book the whole way home Since that time I have read this book no fewer than a dozen times and my first copy remains my most treasured book of all I have bought subseuent copies to Keepsake Stories Keepsake Stories Rapunzel lend and gift to others who don t care for

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CHARACTERS ¹ Mathematics for Liberal Arts SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline Practical scientific philosophical and artistic problems have caused men to investigate mathematics But there is one other motive which is as strong as any of these the search for beauty Mathematics is an art and as such affords the pleasures which all the arts afford In this erudite entertaining college level text Morris Kline Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at New York University provides the liberal arts student with a detailed treatment of mathematics in a cultural and historical context The book can also act as a self study vehicle for advanced high school students and laymen Professor Kline begins with an ove. I enjoyed getting the survey of math I ve been kind of trying to get a better understanding of how different branches of math fit together and I think walking through the history of the development of math was helpful I know other people have noted that the book is a little western centric in their reviews but I mean it s written by some old white man in the 60 s I would just take everything he says especially about the history of math with a grain of salt I wonder if there s some updated book I could read on math that surveys math and the different branches I feel like a lot of what was covered in the book was stuff I learned already in school especially high school I do think it s worth a read for people wh

SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline

CHARACTERS ¹ Mathematics for Liberal Arts SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline Rview tracing the development of mathematics to the ancient Greeks and following its evolution through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance to the present day Subseuent chapters focus on specific subject areas such as Logic and Mathematics Number The Fundamental Concept Parametric Euations and Curvilinear Motion The Differential Calculus and The Theory of Probability Each of these sections offers a step by step explanation of concepts and then tests the student's understanding with exercises and problems At the same time these concepts are linked to pure and applied science engineering philosophy the social sciences or. We are in 1967 Kline is trying to thrill us nonmathematicians with mathematics Bravo He dares to go through the centuries explaining how the foundations of mathematics have been evolving Of course his accounts on history and philosophy throughout this book are naturally biased because he is madly in love with mathematics However he makes mathematics very interesting By showing it as a growing body of knowledge defining in precise terms the chain of ideas that have been pushing civilization forward Incredible Here goes my favorite example Non Euclidean geometry set mathematicians FREER because it showed that mathematics is NOT a body of truths It is a body of consistent reasoning being slowly developed within


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    (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline Morris Kline ¹ 1 CHARACTERS I enjoyed getting the survey of math I've been kind of trying to get a better understanding of how different branches of math fit together and I think walking through the history of the development of math was helpful I know other people have noted that the book is a little western centric in their reviews but I mean it's written by some old white man in the 60's I would just take everything he says especially about the history of math wit

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    Morris Kline ¹ 1 CHARACTERS (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline For a long time I’ve been searching for a book exactly like this one Somewhat embarrassed by my ignorance of math I wanted to relearn what I had forgotten in college and perhaps go further But I didn’t want to

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline My first review in English and I'm sure it's full of errorsThere are two main flaws in this book History of mathematics and philosophy of mathematics Other reviewers have correctly mentioned Kline's unfair views on history Throughout

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    SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline Morris Kline ¹ 1 CHARACTERS (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline Mr Kline and his book are a remnant of a happily bygone era I can only assume that the good people at Dover books who consent to repackage and sell this chauvinistic relic from 1967 must be eually unenlightened and greedy into the mi

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    CHARACTERS Mathematics for Liberal Arts SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline Morris Kline ¹ 1 CHARACTERS We are in 1967 Kline is trying to thrill us nonmathematicians with mathematics Bravo He dares to go through the centuries explaining how the foundations of mathematics have been evolving Of course his accounts on history and philosophy throughout this book are naturally biased because he is madly in love with mathematics However he makes mathematics very interesting By showing it as a growing body of knowledge defining in precise terms the

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    SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline Morris Kline ¹ 1 CHARACTERS (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline Someone asked me to compile a list of the 10 most influential books I had ever read This ranked near the top I read it for the first time in my early twenties and it among other things began the process of turning my life around after half a decade of stupid choicesStated uickly There is to mathematics than the memorization of arithmetic an

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    Morris Kline ¹ 1 CHARACTERS SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline This book isn't just about mathematics It's about history science philosophy the arts and astronomy One of my best reads ever Reread many times

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline Many years ago I hated math Let be clear this was a thorough loathing of the subject Also many years ago at one particular crossroads in my academic and professional paths I realized I needed to get back into mathematics and move well into cal

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Mathematics for Liberal Arts] ☆ Morris Kline So you really want to feel stupid? Read this and have all the memories of 8th grade geometry come back to you Why is it that I can remember every detail of Josh Engels' hair but I can't remember how to do a proof? The mind reels

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    Morris Kline ¹ 1 CHARACTERS SUMMARY ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO ¹ Morris Kline CHARACTERS Mathematics for Liberal Arts As noted in a lot of comments the first few chapters vary between heavily biased or outright blatantly Eurocentric Watching Marcus Du Sautoy's The Story of Math series will be far effective in getting a sense of th

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