MTH 599 Foundations of Mathematical Thought

A one semester course on the nature of mathematical thought. Mathematics is commonly believed to enjoy a degree of certainty which sets it apart from other disciplines. Moreover, this certainty is often confused with veracity, and a science gains respectability as its quantitative component increases. This course will explore the nature and extent of this certainty in mathematics. There are no specific pre-requisites but a previous course in Philosophy or other course requiring logical reasoning is recommended. UL Lect: 3 hrs. Restriction: Aerospace Eng, Biomedical Eng, Computer Eng, Chemical Eng Co-op, Civil Eng, Electrical Eng, Industrial Eng, Mechanical Eng, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Contemporary Science, Mathematics, Medical Physics Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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