Mathematician and author David Berlinski, in his new book, One, Two, Three, explores the exciting, satisfying story of numbers, their history in human culture and their implications for modern man. In an informal Discovery Institute luncheon in Seattle on September 14 (Wednesday), Dr. Berlinski - a Senior Fellow of Discovery Institute - will describe how far one can go in saying that mathematics, as a body of thought derived from nature, points to design.
The event will be held at Discovery Institute, located at 208 Columbia Street in downtown Seattle on Wednesday, September 14, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Though we cannot validate, parking is available in the Millennium Tower Garage (719 2nd Avenue - entrance on Columbia). Our location is also metro accessible.
An assortment of sandwiches, chips and drinks will be provided for those who pre-registered - suggested donation is $10.
This is a Stanley McNaughton Fellows Lecture. The event is now sold out.
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