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October 16th, 2015, 01:21 PM   #31
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Here we go!
Same behavior same pattern.
What if I studied the Latin?
I give you a hint.
In the 60`s the Latin was mandatory for those who were studying literature in french schools.
Go search on french programs (college) on that time!

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I studied lot the history of mathematics and science in general when I was young.
More than that lot of books around the philosophy of science and culture and sociology psychology politics and so on.
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What if I studied the Latin?
I give you a hint.
In the 60`s the Latin was mandatory for those who were studying literature in french schools.
I hope that means you did! I'd enjoy talking to someone with an interest in the classics. I never did take all that much of it, back in college, but I enjoyed it immensely. I had a great professor, and I was able to visit him when he was in town as an invited lecturer.

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I studied lot the history of mathematics and science in general when I was young.
More than that lot of books around the philosophy of science and culture and sociology psychology politics and so on.
I'm not particularly interested in culture/sociology/psychology, and politics is a dubious topic to discuss online, but I'd love to chat about philosophy of mathematics with you if you have an interest. I'd particularly like to learn more about the aesthetics of mathematics -- shall I start a thread?
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