Volume 92 | Number 5 | September-October 2004
Mathematics in Nature contains a breathtaking range of problems that involve describing the real world mathematically
Dualistic thinking comes naturally to us, says Paul Bloom, and what developmental psychologists know about the Cartesian child sheds light on what makes us human
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