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Math and Art: Logicomix, a Mathematical Graphical Novel


This is an innovative and intriguing idea:  a graphic novel based on the infamous struggles to articulate the foundations of mathematics.

http://www.logicomix.com/

The story is apparently narrated by the great mathematician and philosopher Bertrand Russell, and the cast of characters includes Georg Cantor, Kurt Godel, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and many other prominent figures from mathematics and logic.  A review in the New York Times can be found here.

The philosophy of mathematics is extremely interesting (start by asking yourself “What is a number?”), and this particular tale is truly a fascinating one.   I am eager to see how these graphic artists tell the story.

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www.MrHonner.com

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