Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences Character Descriptions

John Allen Paulos
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John Allen Paulos

This character is a mathematician, author, and full professor at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Archimedes

This character was the son of an astronomer and reputed relative of Hiero II, King of Syracuse. 212 B.C.

Plutarch

This character was an author of moral treatises and considered to be the most influential Greek philosopher in history.

Julius Caesar

This character was the most famous dictator and Emperor of Rome, credited with bringing about great changes in politics.

Srinivasa Ramanujan

This character was considered one of India's most celebrated mathematical geniuses.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

This character was a prolific and unconventional Viennese composer of the Classical era.

G. H. Hardy

This character was a prominent English mathematician, credited for making significant contributions to mathematical analysis and number theory.

Douglas Hofstadter

This character is a Pulitzer Prize winning author and American academic whose work revolves around consciousness, the...

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