Selected Passages from Correspondence with Friends

Selected Passages from Correspondence with Friends is exactly what it says on the tin: a collection of anonymised and slightly edited and expanded excerpts from emails to mathematician colleagues, mostly about mathematics education.

Contents

Volume 1 (2013)

  1. A monotonous bounded sequence as a metaphor for mathematics education, pp. 1-2
  2. Elementary Calculus: Real vs Analytic, pp. 3-8
  3. The strange fate of abstract thinking, pp. 9-12
  4. Mathematics discovered, invented, and inherited, pp. 13-28. arXiv:1309.3073

Disclaimer. The author writes in his personal capacity and the views expressed do not necessarily represent position of his employer or any other person,  organisation, or institution.

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