On the Unity of Twentieth-Century Ideas
This paper examines 'natural' mathematics--developed to counter perceived paradoxes in early twentieth-century set theory--as an internally consistent unifying factor in the arguments of several disciplines, including economics (Sraffa), physics (Einstein), biology (Kimura), and mathematics (Godel).
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