Dated Sep 17, 2018;
last modified on Tue, 07 Sep 2021

contains 12 lectures: numbers, rigour, infinity,
geometry, proof, computability, incompleteness, and set theory. Reminds me of
COS 340, but the philosophical context could help me see the content
differently.

Lectures on the Philosophy of Mathematics.
Joel David Hamkins.
jdh.hamkins.org.
Sep 7, 2021.
Accessed Sep 7, 2021.

Why Mathematicians Can’t Find the Hay in a Haystack. Kevin Hartnett. www.quantamagazine.org . Sep 17, 2018. Irrational numbers occupy most of the number line. If you were to pick a number on the number line at random, there is literally a 100% chance that it will be irrational (probabilities with inifinities are spooky). Yet, we almost never encounter irrational numbers for we can’t write them down....

Bernoulli Processes;
The Binomial Random Variable;
Conditional Probability;
The Bayes Formula;
Probability and Stochastic Systems [ORF 309];
What is Ergodicity?;

contains 12 lectures: numbers, rigour, infinity, geometry, proof, computability, incompleteness, and set theory. Reminds me of COS 340, but the philosophical context could help me see the content differently.