On Logic, Language and Numbers: Sanford Shieh Discusses Gottlob Frege's Enduring Mathematical Legacy

Q: What first drew you to Faulkner? A: I grew up and attended school in a small cotton town on the banks of the Mississippi River in Mississippi County, Arkansas, 50 miles north of Memphis, Tennessee. My parents divorced before I remember living with them both, and I spent my summers in Tupelo, Mississippi, with my father and stepmother. Like…

On Logic, Language and Numbers: Sanford Shieh Discusses Gottlob Frege's Enduring Mathematical Legacy

Q: You’ve written about William Faulkner in several books, and even edited the Cambridge Companion to Faulkner. What first got you interested in tackling Faulkner’s life and work? A: My initial interest in Faulkner was driven by three key dimensions of his writing: his emotional intensity, his formal intricacy, and his abiding concern (shared by none of his fellow white…

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