Quanta Magazine "Map of Mathematics" missing foundations.
Joe Shipman
joeshipman at aol.com
Sat Feb 15 19:05:25 EST 2020
It’s in the upper left corner of this “Map of Mathematics”:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/95869671@N08/32264483720
Is this from the same artist?
—JS
Sent from my iPhone
> On Feb 15, 2020, at 6:54 PM, Annatala Wolf <a.lupine at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> Quanta Magazine just released an interactive site it calls rather authoritatively "The Map of Mathematics", which links to some of the math articles Quanta has published over the years by classifying them into subfields:
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> https://www.quantamagazine.org/the-map-of-mathematics-20200213
>
> The map itself is clearly geared toward a non-mathematical audience, but it's still rather disappointing that despite the attempt to touch on as many fields as possible, there's nary a mention of set theory, category theory, or even mathematical logic.
>
> I was going to comment about it, but the first person to comment had already pointed this out.
>
> Oddly enough, the Map article shows up under the set-theory tag anyway:
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> https://www.quantamagazine.org/tag/set-theory/
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> Perhaps they made a mistake and intended to include it.
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