# Lecture 3: "True Turing"

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New paper on Alan M. Turing and the history of computer science:

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19 June 2023

New paper on Alan M. Turing and the history of computer science:

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The attached PDF file is written in Dutch; it addresses a case study from the Freudenthal Institute.

The picture on page 17 ain't completely right. Courtesy of J.D.

[Last update: 22 Feb. 2023]

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5 September 2022

In my previous post I maintained that reasoning like a mathematician helps in order to grasp the history of mathematics. Here I shall support a complementary claim which is less obvious: knowing important developments in the history of mathematics facilitates mathematical comprehension.

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October 2019

My second video lecture on "History of Computer Science (and much more)" consists of two parts:

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October 2019

Here's my first video lecture on "History of Computer Science (and much more)".

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The first chapter of my 2016 book *Turing Tales* is made available here. I explain my methodological stance on the history of computer science, and introduce the topic of "conflations," which I believe is key to understanding the history of science and technology.