Monthly Archives: January 2013

Meaning and use

A professional mathematician has, through exposure to many trials, become something like a desert creature, capable of supplying “meaning” metabolically by an internal gland rather than imbibing it from without. It can be difficult to diagnose “meaning deprivation” in our … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! Happy 50th Post, Math Blog!

Since its birth on February 1, 2012, CUNYMath Blog has now reached the 50th post! My 2012 was the Year of Math. I had the pleasure of working with many CUNY math professors and other math-related people, who are so passionate … Continue reading

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