7 edition of **Mathematics and the Aesthetic** found in the catalog.

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Published
**November 14, 2006**
by Springer
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Nathalie Sinclair (Editor), David Pimm (Editor), William Higginson (Editor) |

The Physical Object | |
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Number of Pages | 303 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7445277M |

ISBN 10 | 0387305262 |

ISBN 10 | 9780387305264 |

'This book is a fabulous and timely contribution. It is a much-needed and radical critique of current embodied approaches within mathematics education, arguing that such approaches have, in large part, retained the very splits (inner/outer, individual/social) that they hoped to by: The order. The fluidity. The correctness. The truthworthiness. When you are deep reading a book, you can imagine the characters doing their stuff, right? How they are dressed how the feel. Exactly the same in math. You can see a ball then you can.

(D. V. Feldman, CHOICE, Vol. 44 (11), July, )"Mathematics and the Aesthetic is a heavy book. I mean this in the literal sense: at pages, it weighs grams. high-quality paper is matched by a sense of attention to detail throughout. The color pictures are well presented; the text is easy to read. In Aesthetic Computing, key scholars and practitioners from art, design, computer science, and mathematics lay the foundations for a discipline that applies the theory and practice of art to computing. Aesthetic computing explores the way art and aesthetics can play a role in different areas of computer science. One of its goals is to modify computer science by the application of the wide.

AESTHETIC VALUES IN MATHEMATICS: A VALUE-ORIENTED EPISTEMOLOGY Nathalie Sinclair Simon Fraser University Much has been said on matter of aesthetics and mathematics—perhaps most commonly articulated in relation to properties such as ‘beauty’ and ‘elegance,’ which are used to distinguish good from not-so-good mathematical Size: KB. The web's source of information for Ancient History: definitions, articles, timelines, maps, books, and illustrations.

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“Mathematics and the Aesthetic is a heavy book. I mean this in the literal sense: at pages, it weighs grams. high-quality paper is matched by a sense of attention to detail throughout.

The color pictures are well presented; the text is easy to read. Format: Hardcover. The essays in this book explore the ancient affinity between the mathematical and the aesthetic, focusing on the fundamental connections between these two modes of reasoning and communicating.

From historical, philosophical and psychological perspectives, with particular attention to certain mathematical areas such as geometry and analysis, the authors examine the ways in which the aesthetic is ever present in mathematical thinking and contributes to the growth and value of mathematical.

This book describes the relationship between science and poetry in the Hellenistic period by analysing the stylistic features of Hellenistic mathematics and then showing how they can be understood within the context of Hellenistic poetry. The result transforms our understanding of Cited by: John Monaghan is a lecturer in mathematics education at Leeds University.

He has a special interest in students' understanding of algebra and calculus and the use of new technology. He has edited and contributed to several books and journals on the subject of computer algebra.

From historical, philosophical and psychological perspectives, with particular attention to certain mathematical areas such as geometry and analysis, the authors examine the ways in which the aesthetic is ever present in mathematical thinking and contributes to the growth and value of mathematical knowledge.

Mathematics and the Aesthetic: New Approaches to an Ancient Affinity (CMS Books in Mathematics) Nathalie Sinclair, David Pimm, William Higginson This collection of essays explores the ancient affinity between the mathematical and the aesthetic, focusing on fundamental connections between these two modes of reasoning and communicating.

Mathematics and the Aesthetic. Nathalie Sinclair, David Pimm, and William Higginson, Editorsground once again. Springer (CMS Books in Mathematics), US$, pages ISBN Mathematics and the Aestheticis a heavy book. I mean this in the literal sense: at pages, it weighs grams. “Mathematics and the Aesthetic is a heavy book.

I mean this in the literal sense: at pages, it weighs grams. high-quality paper is matched by a sense of attention to detail throughout. The color pictures are well presented; the text is easy to read. Manufacturer: Springer.

This book develops a naturalistic aesthetic theory that accounts for aesthetic phenomena in mathematics in the same terms as it accounts for more traditional aesthetic phenomena.

Building upon a view advanced by James McAllister, the assertion is that beauty in science does not confine itself to anecdotes or personal idiosyncrasies, but rather. from book Mathematics and the Aesthetic: New Approaches to an Ancient Affinity (pp) Aesthetics and the ‘Mathematical Mind’ Chapter ω – Aesthetics and the ‘Mathematical Mind.

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I mean this in the literal sense: at pages, it weighs grams. high-quality paper is matched by a sense of attention to detail throughout. Mathematics and Beauty: Aesthetic Approaches to Teaching Children Nathalie Sinclair fNathalie Sinclair makes a compelling case for the inclusion of the aesthetic in the teaching and learning of mathematics, and illuminates how the materials and approaches we use in the mathematics classroom can be enriched for the benefit of all learners.

For a range of sources on ethnomathematics, see the special issue 14(2) of the journal For the Learning of Mathematics, edited by Ubiratan D’Ambrosio and Marcia Ascher, or the collection entitled Ethnomathematics: Challenging Eurocentrism in Mathematics Education, edited by Arthur Powell and Marilyn Frankenstein ().

Google ScholarCited by: 1. Mathematical beauty is the aesthetic pleasure typically derived from the abstractness, purity, simplicity, depth or orderliness of mathematics.

Mathematicians often express this pleasure by describing mathematics (or, at least, some aspect of mathematics) as beautiful. They might also describe mathematics as an art form (e.g., a position taken by G.

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One of its goals is to modify computer science by the application of the wide range. Book Abstract: In Aesthetic Computing, key scholars and practitioners from art, design, computer science, and mathematics lay the foundations for a discipline that applies the theory and practice of art to computing.

Aesthetic computing explores the way art and aesthetics can play a role in different areas of computer science. In the last decade, some researchers in mathematics education have begun to study the importance of aesthetics for children's doing and learning of mathematics, showing that aesthetics plays a role in children's mathematical thinking as it does in mathematicians’ thinking (e.g., Hersh and John-Steiner,Mack,Mack,Sinclair Cited by: 4.

This book develops a naturalistic aesthetic theory that accounts for aesthetic phenomena in mathematics in the same terms as it accounts for more traditional aesthetic phenomena. Building upon a view advanced by James McAllister, the assertion is that beauty in science does not confine itself to anecdotes or personal idiosyncrasies, but rather 5/5(1).

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