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# Tag Archives: Poincare

## Mathematical diversity

Don’t worry, this post is not about factors irrelevant to mathematics such as gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation. Nor is it about important factors, highlighted in the 2011 International Review of UK Mathematics although largely ignored by the research council … Continue reading

## On foundations

Jack Edmonds stayed in my house for two and a half weeks, while giving his two courses on polyhedral combinatorics in London (I reported on the second one here). Whenever we spend time together, we have a robust discussion about … Continue reading

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Tagged Alan Turing, commutative law, Gauss, Jack Edmonds, Peano arithmetic, Poincare, Ron Aharoni, words, Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory
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