The following are some of my amateur historiography papers.
- Arithmetic, Geometry, and Mathematical Reality: The non–Uniqueness of Spatiotemporal Perception – How p-adic methods pose issues for Kant and Mill’s philosophy of mathematics.
- The Cave: History’s most Correct Bad Mathematics – Refuting the view that 17th and 18th century mathematics caused the split between “mixed” and “pure” methods.
- A response to Bos’s Numbers, Magnitudes, and Ratios.
- Theorem: God exists; a comparison between Leibniz and Cantor’s theological mathematics.
- Rationalism and the break from Greek tradition: Descartes’ role in the abstraction of mathematics in the 17th century.