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COMP- 280: HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPUTING

Course Summary

This course is intended to exhibit the deep roots of computer science, revealing its rich cultural heritage and showing its emergence as a confluence of philosophy, mathematics, and engineering. Because of the historical approach of this course, it should be appealing to students from a variety of disciplines, introduce them to many fundamental concepts revolving around computing and computers, and stir their curiosity to learn more about the subject.


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