Mathematical "Culture" Books I've been reading about math lately, and I'd be interested in learning a little bit more of the "human" side of mathematics. Could you please recommend some books on these topics? I don't mind more than one book per topic, or a book that would cover multiple topics. Something of the sort "Famous mathematicians and what they did." I have two requirements for that. 1. It talks more about their results, theorems, and whatever that their personal lives. I wouldn't mind some facts about their lives, I'm just more interested in their results. 2. It's organized by subject or chronologically, not alphabetically. Something of the sort "History of Mathematics." If a book about mathematicians would cover this too, that would be great. Also, I'm much more interested in modern developments in math, like when calculus was completely formalized, the development of topology, the incompleteness theorems, et cetera. I'm just uninterested in studying the hundreds of years it took for arithmetic to be developed, variables to be used, and whatever. Again, I don't want anything organized alphabetically. Something of the sort "Philosophies of Mathematics" Discussing formalism, Bourbakism, intuitionism, and so on. I prefer a comprehensive treatment rather than a "for dummies" style. Again, not alphabetically. Thanks!