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Classic for all readers, both math and non-math backgrounds. ET Bell Describes the history of mathematical thought from Zeno, and his paradoxes with regard to infinity to Georg Cantor, who seemingly "proves" the possibility of infinity's reality within sets, and even then, controversial. But between these two, are an amazingly interesting mix of prodigies such as Archimedes and Newton. Great read!
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