06-09-2018, 07:03 PM

Hey, i'm new on the forum, but I've been watching Luke's videos for a long time now... I'm a Spanish native speaker and I'm still learning English, so sorry in advance for the mistakes.

I'm graduating in mathematics and I've always been interested in philosophy and languages, thoug I've never dedicated time to study these subjects. Recently I have seen a great video about philosophy of mathematics (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbyp-MG0kdE) and my interest on the topic has come back. Next week I will finish my exams so I will have time to spend in studyng new topics (and different from the pure math courses that I'm a bit tired of).

I would like to study the theories about the philosophy interpretation of mathematics as a 'language'. I'm also interested on the mathematical notation per se. As a math student I think that the work of the matematician is conditioned by the notation. Sometimes the use of a different notation, or drawing or something can change entirely the perspective or understanding of a topic.

I dont know if I'm asking in the right place, but reading this forum I realized that people with great and vast backgrounds come here... Any reference, idea or comment is welcome.

Thanks!

I'm graduating in mathematics and I've always been interested in philosophy and languages, thoug I've never dedicated time to study these subjects. Recently I have seen a great video about philosophy of mathematics (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbyp-MG0kdE) and my interest on the topic has come back. Next week I will finish my exams so I will have time to spend in studyng new topics (and different from the pure math courses that I'm a bit tired of).

I would like to study the theories about the philosophy interpretation of mathematics as a 'language'. I'm also interested on the mathematical notation per se. As a math student I think that the work of the matematician is conditioned by the notation. Sometimes the use of a different notation, or drawing or something can change entirely the perspective or understanding of a topic.

I dont know if I'm asking in the right place, but reading this forum I realized that people with great and vast backgrounds come here... Any reference, idea or comment is welcome.

Thanks!