Godel, Escher, Bach

An Eternal Golden Braid

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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, this book applies Godel's seminal contribution to modern mathematics to the study of the human mind and the development of artificial intelligence.

One of my absolute favorites of all time. A must read for anybody interested in the mind, philosophy, mathematics, and just life in general.

Simbul
Wrote 7/26/11
I had high hopes for this book, after reading and thoroughly enjoying Le Ton Beau de Marot. Unfortunately, I didn't find GED as appealing as I thought it would be. Interesting subject, very clever use of language, but in the end I struggled to get it...Continua
GEB

One of my favorite "top 10" books. An incredible effort, tying these works together. Informative, entertaining and deep. What books are for.

the author was so young when he wrote this book, he is really a genius. This book is one of two books I love best.

Peppuzzo
Wrote 4/11/10
An Enthousiastic Great Bacchanal
Fantastic book. The best reading this year so far. The book is centered around recursive auto references; those generates twisted hierarchies, which, according to the author, can explain much about Intelligence, Consciousness, DNA, symbols and meanin...Continua

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