By M. Raynaud, T. Shioda
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Kennington. You may not charge any fee for copies of this book draft. 1 20 2. Philosophical considerations (Computer communications are similar. ) At a postgraduate university mathematics level, it makes sense to strive to achieve synchronization of concepts in the mathematical logic layer as a “bedrock” and base everything else on that. Since most of mathematics can be built upon a basis of mathematical logic, it is a suitable starting point. This does not mean that logic is self-evidently true.
If one writes about a narrow range of mathematical topics, there is little need for philosophical reﬂection, but this book attempts to present diﬀerential geometry and all of its prerequisites in a uniﬁed and systematic manner, tracing all deﬁnitions to their origins and incorporating numerous divergent approaches to the subject. 1. 1. 1 Remark: Rigorous mathematics is boot-strapped from naive mathematics. Although logic is arguably the bedrock of mathematics, it ﬂoats on a sea of molten magma, namely the naive notions of logic, sets, functions, order and numbers which are used in the formulation of “rigorous” mathematical logic.
This suggests that diﬀerential geometry constitutes approximately 1/6300 of all human knowledge. 016%. It is perhaps a depressing thought that decades of study are required to acquire even a fair understanding of such a small proportion of human knowledge. The human mind is a ﬁnite microscope scanning an inﬁnite universe of ideas. No matter how much one learns, one’s world-view will always be woefully incomplete and unrepresentative. The research community is like millions of ants with tiny microscopes, each examining a grain of sugar at a time.