# Quantitative Reasoning Under a Dynamical Social Science, by Dr. Jonathan Butner

## Book Cover

### 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 youâ€™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