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The Meaning of Proofs
by Gabriele Lolli
Translated by Bonnie McClellan-Broussard
Foreword by Matilde Marcolli
The Raven's Hat
by Jonas Peters and Nicolai Meinshausen
Secrets of Creation
Edited by Robin Mackay
Proof and the Art of Mathematics
by Joel David Hamkins
by Matilde Marcolli
by Alex Berke
Foreword by Alex Bellos
On the Brink of Paradox
by Agustín Rayo
Foolproof, and Other Mathematical Meditations
by Brian Hayes
Mathematics of Big Data
by Jeremy Kepner and Hayden Jananthan
Foreword by Charles E. Leiserson
Norbert Wiener—A Life in Cybernetics
by Norbert Wiener
Foreword by Ronald R. Kline