A Philosophical Approach: Do Numbers Really Exist?

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Although 17 years have passed, I remember my first day at university very well. The first lesson I attended was Set Theory, taught by Ali Nesin, one of the greatest mathematicians of our time. The lesson lasted about two hours, and Professor Ali Nesin talked about the existence of numbers. It was a pretty interesting lecture. For the first time in my life, I felt like I was really learning something. I…

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Math Teacher. Content Curator. Soccer player. Maradona fan. Mostly write about the lectures I love to learn better. alikayaspor@gmail.com

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