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[Humanistic mathematics is a perspective on mathematics that emphasizes the ways our species creates, interacts with, and lives through it. I summarized this idea elsewhere (see Karaali 2015) by asserting that mathematics is the way our species makes sense of this world and that it is inherent in our thinking machinery; our mathematics in turn is dependent on the way we view our universe and ourselves. Lakoff and Núñez (2000) argue carefully and eloquently for a mathematics inherently based on human cognition.]
Published: Sep 15, 2019
Keywords: Math reasoning; Math statements; Proof; Bloom’s taxonomy; Ways of knowing
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