Quantitative Reasoning Under a Dynamical Social Science, by Dr. Jonathan Butner
I don't know what that means either
Professor Jonathan Butner of the University of Utah is a prolific scholar and a pioneer in several new methods of applying statistical systems theory to real-world observations that I do not understand despite his best efforts at explanation. I did draw some pictures, though, and also took the photos of Dr. Butner which appear on this book's back cover and also on the University of Utah's website.
The Light Dots Represent Math Stuff
The torus shape, illustrated here amongst light bokeh, is an important geometric model for some kind of integral-derived limit. Mathematical! Although it is an extremely abstract concept, the cover of the book is actually pertinent to the topic, insofar as I have been able to understand. This book is available for free online, which may interest you if you’re a mathematical genius or else suffering from insomnia. I am sure it is excellent.Quantitative Reasoning Under a Dynamical Social Science, by Dr. Jonathan Butner