Entangling Phenomenology, History, Metaphysics, and Culture, in Riemann Surfaces
The course will present many dialectics of mathematical and philosophical thought, and will provide successive models to handle its phenomenological, historical, metaphysical, and cultural components. The central use of sheaves (S) will be the core of the course. Extending a first sheaf model, the use of Kripke models (K), Grothendieck toposes (T), and Riemann surfaces (R), will offer enough mathematical techniques to provide a rich, yet simple, model for understanding mathematical thought and its connections with philosophy and culture (RTSK).
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