The Art of Logic in an Illogical World and Proof!
Mathematician Eugenia Cheng explored the limits of logic and UCLA history professor Amir Alexander recounted how the use of geometry has changed the world.
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Amir Alexander Adjunct Associate Professor University of California, Los Angeles->History Department
Eugenia Cheng Mathematician and Author
Julie Marl Executive Director Zeno Math Powered
Edward Wolcher Curator Town Hall Seattle->Community Programs
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