Language and Mathematics: An Interdisciplinary Guide by Marcel Danesi

By Marcel Danesi

This booklet explores the numerous disciplinary and theoretical hyperlinks among language, linguistics, and arithmetic. It examines traits in linguistics, reminiscent of structuralism, conceptual metaphor thought, and different proper theories, to convey that language and arithmetic have the same constitution, yet differential services, even if one with out the opposite wouldn't exist.

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