# John Allen Paulos

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− | + | * {{cite book |title=Mathematics & Humor: A Study of the Logic of Humor |publisher=University Of Chicago |year=1980 |isbn=978-0226650241}} | |

* {{cite book |title=I Think Therefore I Laugh: The Flip Side of Philosophy |year=1985 |publisher=Columbia University Press |isbn=978-0231060318}} | * {{cite book |title=I Think Therefore I Laugh: The Flip Side of Philosophy |year=1985 |publisher=Columbia University Press |isbn=978-0231060318}} | ||

* {{cite book |title=Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and its Consequences |year=1989 |publisher=Hill and Wang |isbn=978-0670830084}} | * {{cite book |title=Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and its Consequences |year=1989 |publisher=Hill and Wang |isbn=978-0670830084}} |

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## John Allen Paulos

**John Allen Paulos** (born July 4, 1945)is a professor of mathematics at Templeton University in Philadelphia. He grew up in Chicago and Milwaukee and received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His academic work is mainly in mathematical logic and probability theory. He has found acclaim in the publishing world for his various books on mathematical literacy, mathematics, humor, and logic. He writes a column, "Who's Counting" on ABCNews.com focusing on the mathematics involved in stories in the news.

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