Write 1 or 2 journal entries as if they were being written by your logician. These entries should tell an interesting story or anecdote related to your logician’s life, and should be written from the perspective of your logician. Length requirement: half page.

Write 1 or 2 journal entries as if they were being written by your logician. These entries should tell an interesting story or anecdote related to your logician’s life, and should be written from the perspective of your logician. Length requirement: half page.

 

General Guidelines: a. Use a cover page to identify yourself and to cite the resources/sources used. b. All items must be typed and printed on plain white paper, in 11 or 12-point black font (either Times New Roman, Arial, or Calibri). Lines should be double spaced.

 

Resources a. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy http://plato.stanford.edu/  b. One of the many useful sites for biographies of mathematicians is the “MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive” at St. Andrews University. The webpage is http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk.

 

NO PLAGIARISM!!!

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