Anthony Ugochukwu O. Aliche • The Dynamic Concepts of Philosophical Mathematics
A Philosophical Mathematical Britannica
In "The Dynamic Concept of Philosophical Mathematics," author Anthony Ugochukwu O. Aliche delves deeply into a comprehensive discussion into the intertwined relationship between philosophy and mathematics. Aliche begins by defining philosophical mathematics and traces its origins and its branches. He then relates the concept to the worlds of science, engineering, technology, creative and applied arts, and human existence. In this systemic, practical and research-driven work, Aliche presents innovative interpretations of mathematical and philosophical issues and reexamines their relevance and applicability to modern developments. He also proposes abolishing most ancient and primordial mathematical policies and formulas, as they are not helping the world of science and technology to grow.
Presenting principles, practices, and theories, "The Dynamic Concept of Philosophical Mathematics" demystifies the oracle of mathematics and communicates that knowledge is power and must therefore be progressive. He equally insisted that the progressive nature of knowledge which must be God-driven fundamentally fulcrumed the demystification of QED which he replaced with the Infinitude Method which scientifically agrees with the progressive dynamism of knowledge.
"A product of seasoned scholarship, natural wisdom, empirical research, and inspired originality. It is perhaps one of the most sophisticated intellectual inputs to the world of knowledge"
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