By Edward Frenkel, Joan Andreano Weyland
¿Qué sucedería si en clase de arte te enseñaran a pintar una verja? ¿O que jamás te mostraran una pintura ni te hablaran de l. a. existencia de Van Gogh o Picasso? Pues así es como nos han enseñado las matemáticas. En este fascinante libro, uno de los matemáticos más brillantes del momento nos descubre el lado de las matemáticas que jamás hemos visto, barnizadas con toda los angeles belleza y elegancia de una pieza de arte. Frenkel nos sumerge en una disciplina presente en el corazón de toda materia, que une culturas, tiempo y espacio. Y lo hace a través de dos historias, l. a. de los angeles evolución y los grandes hallazgos de las matemáticas, y, de forma paralela, los angeles de su biografía own, que le llevó de ser rechazado en los angeles facultad de matemáticas de Moscú a convertirse en uno de los matemáticos más importantes del siglo xxi. Pero el libro no es sólo una apasionante historia de superación own teñida de divulgación científica, sino que nos introduce en una nueva forma de pensamiento capaz de enriquecer nuestra vida own y ayudarnos a entender mejor el mundo y el lugar que ocupamos en él. Es una invitación a descubrir l. a. magia del universo escondido de las matemáticas.
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