The Textuality of Mathematics


Extract from a paper written for a graduate course on Scholarly Editing & Textual Criticism at the University of Virginia, Spring 2015. Other sections include a critical edition of a chapter of John Maynard Keynes’s General Theory I. THE APPLICATION OF TEXTUAL CRITICISM TO MATHEMATICS “Mathematics may be defined as the subject where we never …

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poem: re.


re. By Claire M. Peeters, 03/2016   Undertheice of the arctic sea is a place (unspoken thoughts & cataclysmic calm)   Tourists in boats pass overhead, but they always leave prettyfast.   Quiet is all they said. We don’t see much here.   They can feel safe, in their parkas and faded barges. They are …

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