Monthly Archives: June 2011

Mathematics in art

A few months ago, Manjul Bhargava came to Stanford to give a public lecture on mathematics in the arts. I was skeptical of the topic — is there anything of content to be said? — but I’d heard him give … Continue reading

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Book review: Delusions of gender

Do men and women think differently, due to an inherent different in brain functionality? Or is the difference we see in our society due exclusively to socialization? According to Cordelia Fine, author of Delusions of gender, all differences between men … Continue reading

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