I started studying physics at the Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia, but eventually graduated in mathematics. The subject of my diploma thesis was Gödel’s theorems, my master’s thesis was about unfounded sets, and my doctoral dissertation was about the notion of truth.

Ever since I know myself, I have a passion for science. There are various ways to engage in science and that diversity is always welcomed. My natural path is to think in solitude unencumbered by any deadlines and achieved goals. Indeed, in the modern world, it is almost impossible to pursue science professionally in such a way. That’s why I chose to be a math teacher for my profession. However, I quickly discovered that I love teaching. I first taught in elementary and high school. Then I taught for fifteen years at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb. For the last 15 years, I have been teaching at the University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica, where I am also the Dean of the Department of Mathematics.

I am now in my best years (61) and I am completing many things that I have started during my life. One of them is the Understanding and Doing Math book series. The second is my thoughts on the nature of physics, mathematics, logic, and human knowledge in general: math, logic, philosophy, … .

I live with my family on the hillsides near Zagreb, Croatia, Europe, on Planet Earth.

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