Series The Mind-Boggling Properties of the Alternating Harmonic Series Riemann’s simple algorithm to approximate computationally any real number

Philosophy The Demons of the Mathematicians There is a rich history of mathematicians, philosophers, and other thinkers invoking demons (real or imaginary) in their reasonings. The tradition goes back at least to the iconic ancient Greek philosopher Socrates.

Complex Analysis A Gentle Introduction to Analytic Continuation How to Extend the Domain of Analytic Functions

History The Mathematical Center of the Universe The inception of quantum mechanics can essentially be traced back to a single “Golden Age” in the mid-1920s at one university: the Georg-August University of Göttingen, in the city of Göttingen in Germany.