UN3100: Paradoxes | H. Gaifman

Undergraduate Lecture
W 10:10AM-12PM

Various paradoxes, from many areas, including mathematics, physics, epistemology, decision theory and ethics, will be analyzed. The goal is to find what such paradoxes imply about our ways of thinking, and what lessons can be derived. Students will have a choice to focus in their papers on areas they are interested in.

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