Nonetheless, the book is a great read, and I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in Math, Physics, or Science.
After making it through 85% of the book, you finally get to content the author actually implies in his title, that of the nature of reality.
This is a great book that makes the reader clearly grasp the truth and greatness of history of mathematics and science in the World.
Some say that the question posed in the title is not the author's. That would account for his failure to answer it.
But what is his question? Read more
Have only just started reading it and I've already lent it to a colleague on my recommendation. I decided to let him read it first because it's going to take me longer due to the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Frances Barrera
Everyone interested in God and/or mathematics should read this book. It is a thorough exposition of all the great arguments on both sides of the question. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kenneth A. Perko, Jr.
Don't buy this on the kindle - at least my old kindle doesn't support the symbols used in many of the equations in the book, making it difficult to read if you're not already... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is not a page turner and yet the concept of the book is fascinating. Why does math seem to have the predictive value it does for things happening in the real world? Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Math is all around us, this book explains how and why it is divine intervention.Published 7 months ago by Joseph P. McNamara
It is true that I'm sure when I'm actually going to be able to read and understand the book since I just had brain surgery. Honestly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Darren Long
good history of the relationship of math to the world. Interesting, if functional, answer to the question of why we perceive math to have an independent relationship to the world.Published 12 months ago by Roger P. Shea