The blog is eighteen!

Post #1 was back on March 9th, 2006. And here we are again, with post #1715, and with the blog yet another year older, if not a year wiser. I’ll raise a glass.

Since its last birthday, I’ve started to put together archive pages to make it easier to find those old posts which may (or then again, may not) be still worth reading. I really must make the effort to complete that job.

But I’m afraid that just recently there hasn’t been so very much happening here. However, the end of the category theory project really, really, is in sight now, and when it at last gets off my desk, I do hope to have a bit more time and energy to devote to posting more often. For a start, there’s a pile of books — and not just logic books — I’d like to say something about.

Today though, my self-denying ordinance stands: it’s back to concentrating on reworking the final few pages of Category Theory II … Wish me luck.

2 thoughts on “The blog is eighteen!”

  1. Hey Peter, can you recommend any books or articles about the relationship between maths and science? This is something that I do not have a very good understanding of

    1. I’m not sure that this, in full generality, is at all a useful question. After all, there are sciences and sciences and sciences. The relation of maths to (say) particle physics is surely not going to be at all the same as the relation of maths to (say) primatology, or to phycology.

      So I think you need to pick your specific science first, and then delve into the details of how mathematics is entangled with that.

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