…among other things
My piece on Riemann and cognition was published this week in +Plus. Here’s the link.
The piece originally had footnotes. These are the references you asked about:
Domenica Bueti and Vincent Walsh reference
D.Bueti, V.Walsh Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, Biological
Sciences 2009 364, 1831-1840
Yehuda Rav reference
18 Unconventional Essays on the Nature of Mathematics. Edited by Reuben Hersh. 2006 Springer, New. York
Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela
H. Maturana, F. Varela, The Tree of Knowledge, 1987 Shambhala Publications
Hope you’re still interested in looking at them.
Many thanks for those! Will certainly check them out.
Fascinating article, but the lack of citations is very irritating.
– “In a review article on this interaction, educational neuroscientist Edward Hubbard from the University of Wisconsin, together with colleagues, hypothesise that …”
– “In a survey of this research, cognitive neuroscientists Domenica Bueti and Vincent Walsh tell us that …”
– “In a recent essay, mathematician Yehuda Rav chooses …”
– “As suggested by biologists Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela …”
I’d love to chase up some of these references, but without citations, I probably never will, since this is not my main area of research.
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